West Ham United striker Sean Maguire was honoured at the Football Association of Ireland's International Awards on Sunday when he was named as the FAI Schools International Player of the Year.

The 18-year-old has represented his country up to Under-19 level and joined the Hammers in January after impressing for Waterford United.

He is in his country's Under-19 squad for their double header of friendlies with the Czech Republic this week and collected his prize at the 23rd running of the Three FAI International Football Awards.

Bolton Wanderers midfielder Keith Andrews took the main prize at the award ceremony in Dublin, being named as the Republic of Ireland's Senior International Player of the Year.

The full list of award winners was:

3 International Goal of the Year: Kevin Doyle (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Senior International Player of the Year: Keith Andrews (Bolton Wanderers)
Young International Player of the Year: James McCarthy (Wigan Athletic)
Airtricity League Player of the Year: Jason McGuinness (Shamrock Rovers)
Senior Women's International Player of the Year: Emma Byrne (Arsenal)
Under 21 International Player of the Year: Robbie Brady (Hull City)
Under 19 International Player of the Year: Anthony Forde (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Under 19 Women's International Player of the Year: Emma Hansberry (Castlebar Celtic)
Under 17 International Player of the Year: Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)
Under 17 Women's International Player of the Year: Lauren Dwyer (Wexford Ladies)
Under 16 International Player of the Year: Noe Baba (Fulham)
Under 15 International Player of the Year: James Talbot (Home Farm)
Junior International Player of the Year: Adrian Walsh (Carrick United)
Intermediate Player of the Year: David O'Sullivan (Wayside Celtic)
Football for All International Player of the Year: Davy Byrne (Irish Homeless World Cup Team)
FAI Schools International Player of the Year: Sean Maguire (CBS Kilkenny)
Hall of Fame: Kevin Sheedy
International Personality: Zbigniew Boniek

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