1. Stephen Cluxton (Dublin)
Both Brendan McVeigh and Alan Quirke were excellent for Down and Cork respectively, but once again Cluxton stood head and shoulders above the rest.
Had no chance for any of the five goals conceded against Meath earlier in the year, but since then he has been immense and it is a wonder why, in an era where their free-taking has been far from consistent, it has taken so long for the Dublin management to make use of Cluxton's accuracy from long range.
A safe pair of hands, a commanding presence in the penalty area and a laser like-kickout make Cluxton the best netminder in the land.
Honourable Mention: Brendan McVeigh (Down)