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Team of the Week [17-02-17]

Here is the Gaelic Life team of the week in association with @theGAAstore taking into account all codes and levels. You can vote for your favourite player in our player poll on the right hand side. Send us your comments via twitter @Gaelic_Life @theGAAstore using the hash tag #GLPlayerOfTheWeek

Last weeks winner was Conor Quinn (St Pius X)

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Ryan Daly

St Paul's
A massive presence in goals, he caught about ten difficult catches and his distribution was top notch.

Player
Paul Hughes

Armagh
Showed well on an otherwise disappointing day for Armagh.

Player
Brendan Rogers

Slaughtneil
St Vincent’s had no answer to his lung-bursting runs from deep. Held Mossy Quinn scoreless after the break.

Player
Eugene McGuckin

Derry
Solid as a rock as the Derry hurlers held Mayo at bay.

Player
Ronan McNamee

Tyrone
Stuck to Eoghan O’Gara like superglue as Dublin struggle to breach the Tyrone rearguard.

Player
Chrissy McKaigue

Slaughtneil
A no brainer. Grabbed the bull by the horns with four sublime points against St Vincent’s.

Player
Conor McKinley

Antrim
The industrious wing-back raised two white flags in Antrim’s seven-point win over London.

Player
Paul McNeill

Slaugtneill
His direct opponent Ruairi Trainor failed to have any influence.

Player
Declan McClure

Tyrone
The Clonoe man continues to impress for the Red Hands in his rookie season.

Player
Brian McGuigan

Monaghan
Blasted home a hat-trick of goals as the Farney downed Tyrone. Not to be confused with our former columnist.

Player
Niall Sludden

Tyrone
Time and time again Sludden sliced through the heart of the Dublin defence. Scored three fantastic points.

Player
Ciaran Small

St Mary's, Magherafelt
Small was in scintilating form against Omagh CBS. Finished with 2-3.

Player
Ruairi Convery

Derry
Convery was excellent throughout against Mayo and fired over the decisive score in the closing stages.

Player
Paul Shiels

Antrim
May have ‘only’ scored a point but his ever-present class was obvious against London.

Player
Christopher Bradley

slaughtneill
Fired over three scores and proved a constant thorn in the side against St Vincent's.

Voting will close on Monday 20th February at 10.00am

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