Donegal duo Roma McLoughlin and Tyler Toland picked up awards at the 3 International Football Awards in Dublin last night.
Shelbourne player and Greencastle native McLoughlin took the Under 19 Womens Player of the Year, with St. Johnston's Toland taking the Under 16 accolade.
Deele College, Raphoe student Toland received her award, after returning from Serbia where the Irish Under-17s secured qualification for the European Championships
Ireland Senior Mens captain Seamus Coleman was also nominated on the night.
The Killybegsman was beaten by Robbie Brady for Senior International Player of the Year.
25-year old Burnley clubman Brady picked up a record three awards on the night - also claiming Young International Player of the Year and Goal of the Year.
Cóilín Duffy spoke to Roma McLoughlin at the awards ceremony in RTÉ.