The best hurling goalkeeper of the last 15 years, as voted by our judging panel, is Tipperary's Brendan Cummins.
In 2003, Kilkenny beat Tipperary in the All Ireland semi final, but the main memory of that game is a flurry of outstanding saves by the Ballybacon Grange cúl báire.
It was one day that encapsulated his devotion to the blue and gold jersey and what it represents.
Cummins played for 19 successive seasons with Tipperary.
He was in goal for the All Ireland win of 2001.
He was in goal during the barren spells.
He was in goal when the Liam McCarthy Cup was reclaimed in 2010.
He was always there as the last line of defence.
A 5 time All Star, a Poc Fada champion and a legendary gael, Brendan Cummins is number 1 on our team.
Congratulations to Carol Hynes who picked Brendan and who has won the county jersey of her choice.
Tomorrow we will reveal the right corner back on the 15 for 15.