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 Mark Kavanagh (Errigal Ciaran)
The Tyrone goalie had an easy day at the office against a lacklustre Armagh. Unerring from the kick-out and scored two long-range frees.
A typically dynamic performance from Lacey as he scored five points in the side’s one-point win over Gaoth Dobhair.
The Inniskeen woman was powerful at full-back as the Oriel girls were just unable to hold on against Cork.
Enjoyed a ding-dong battle with Ado Cole and was highly influential in the middle third against Ramor.
The Killyclogher speedster well and truly hit his stride at Croker on Saturday. Brilliant as ever on the counter-attack and slotted over a fantastic first-half point.
Harte was at his destructive best on the counter in Tyrone’s easy win against Armagh. His penalty was ice-cool, sending Blaine Hughes the wrong way.
Slotted in for a sublime individual display as Cavan booked a first All-Ireland minor semi-final appearance since 1974 with a win over Galway.
A titanic performance from the All-Star in waiting. Hared up and down the pitch and played his sweeper duties to perfection.
McWilliams was at his imperious best as Derry edged Sligo. Finished with four points to his name against the devastated Connacht side.
Came up with a vital 1-2 as Glenn’s survival hopes earned a massive boost with a fine win in Downpatrick.
Landed the winner as Derry rallied from behind to edge Sligo in athrilling All-Ireland Minor Championship quarter-final.
A break-out performance from the 19-year-old. Scored two brilliant goals against Armagh. The second in particular was technically superb.
Put in a Man of the Match display as ‘Blayney regained the hurling title from Inniskeen.
Finished with 1-3 to his name in Cavan’s dramatic All-Ireland quarter-final win over Galway.
Fired 1-2 in a highly effective personal display in Gowna’s Cavan Championship second round win over Crosserlough.
Posted: 8:00 am August 11, 2017