Leeds United duo Darren O`Dea and Aidan White are in the running for awards at the FAI international football awards that are being held this weekend.
On loan defender, O`Dea played his part in helping Republic of Ireland qualify for the 2012 European championships later this summer and he is up for the young international player of the year.
O`Dea is up against Seamus Coleman – Everton and Simon Cox -West Brom for the award.
White made his under 21 debut this season and he has been a regular in the side and scored his first international goal against Liechtenstein.
The young Leeds defender is up for the under 21 international player of the year and he faces competition for the award from Robbie Brady – Hull City and Rob Kiernan – Wigan Athletic.
Former Leeds player Robbie Keane is up for two awards at the ceremony that takes place this Sunday evening.
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