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 Ciaran McManus (Teemore)
Pulled off two great saves in Bundoran’s win over Malin.
The ‘Skea defender was in top form in an easy win over Kinawley.
Gave a man of the match display as Down pushed past London into the Christy Ring semi-finals.
Antrim Minors Camogie
Swept up everything in the heart of the Antrim defence, launching attack after attack.
The Ederney half-back was in fine form in a high-scoring drawn encounter with Teemore.
His two first-half goals paved the way for Clonoe’s comfortable win over Urney.
Finished with six points, including a stunning score late on to hold London at bay.
His ability to win possession and forge forward was key to Tyrone’s win over Donegal.
Produced a sublime second-half display as Monaghan edged Donegal to advance to the Nicky Rackard semi-finals.
Hit two crucial first-half goals in Down’s 2-19 to 1-19 win over London.
Scored a perfect ten from the dead ball in the Farney County’s narrow win over Donegal.
Top-scored with seven points as Cavan and Westmeath played out a draw in the Division Two league final.
Corvon was in top form as Armagh cantered past Longford, finishing his day with 1-7.
Scored 1-5 against Cullyhanna as Cross’ continued their blistering start to the league season.
Weighed in with two goals as Ballybay continued their recent good form with a win against Monaghan Harps.
Posted: 8:00 am May 12, 2017