A less controversial selection than the Young Player of the Year.
Shane Duffy has been named as the FAI’s Senior Player of the Year.
The Republic of Ireland defender has become the first player to retain the award since Shay Given in 2006.
Duffy finished ahead of Darren Randolph and Declan Rice – who finished second and third respectively – in the voting, but wasn’t in attendance at RTÃ‰.
Rice beat Callum Robinson and Callum O’Dowda to the Young Player of the Year award, and as exepected, wasn’t there to collect his prize.
Leanne Kiernan was voted as the Women’s Senior Player of the Year.
Milwall forward Aiden O’Brien won Goal of the Year for his debut goal against Poland last year.
Ronan Curtis won the U21 Player of the Year award , with the likes of Troy Parott, Lee O’Connor, and Adam Idah also being honoured in their respective age groups.
Dundalk’s Chris Shields won SSE Airtricity Player of the Year, pipping teammates Michael Duffy and Pat Hoban to the award.
Richard Dunne and Emma Byrne were inducted into the Hall of Fame for their contributions to Irish football.
29th ‘Three’ FAI International Awards
Senior Men’s International
Senior Womenâ€™s International
Goal Of The Year
Aiden Oâ€™Brien (Menâ€™s Senior v Poland)
Anselmo Garcia McNulty
Eoin Hayes (Newmarket Celtic)
Darragh Reynor (Maynooth University Town)
Football For All
Nathalie Oâ€™Brien (Irish Womenâ€™s Deaf Futsal)
Colleges & Universities
Ali Regbha (Chanel College, Coolock, Dublin)
SSE Airtricity League
Chris Shields (Dundalk)
Hall of Fame
Richard Dunne / Emma Byrne