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Team of the Week

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 Patrick McColgan (St Eunan's)

Player
Benny Gallen

Aghyaran
A point from play was good enough, but also converted a ‘45’ and made some fine saves against Eskra.

Player
Charlie Monaghan

Tullylish
A fine day for Tullylish as they claimed the league against Clann na Banna, and Monaghan was superb.

Player
Enda Flanagan

Castlerahan
Dropped back to brilliantly sweep in front of the Ramor attack.

Player
James Ward

Magheracloone
Scored a crucial 1-1 as Magheracloone finished strong to secure a final spot at Latton’s expense.

Player
James McKeague

Dunloy
A real leader’s performance as Dunloy produced the goods to shock Cushendall in the Antrim final.

Player
Declan McKenna

Armagh Harps
Yet another classy performance as Harps dumped out Cullyhanna. Surely back on Geezer’s radar.

Player
Ryan McHugh

Kilcar
A superb performance from a superb player as Kilcar made light work of St Michael’s.

Player
Frank Burns

Pomreroy
Led the charge as the Plunkett’s shocked Clonoe in their replay.

Player
Paul Shiels

Dunloy
His performance will live long in the memory of Dunloy fans as he guided them to a first Volunteer Cup since 2009.

Player
Shane McGuigan

Slaughtneil
A 2-4 tally, all but a point coming from play, in a county final is a fantastic return.

Player
Christopher Bradley

Slaughtneil
Set the tone early on against Ballinascreen and was a livewire throughout. Scored 0-3 and won a penalty for the champions.

Player
Emma Doherty

Derry Ladies
Player of the Match as Derry came so close to shocking Fermanagh at Croke Park in the All-Ireland Junior final.

Player
Cormac Coulter

Ballygalget
Coulter struck a match-winning 2-3 as Ballygalget edged past Portaferry to take the Down title for the second consecutive season.

Player
Sharon Murphy

Fermanagh Ladies
The coolest player in Croke Park as she stepped forward to convert the last-gasp penalty that earned Fermanagh a draw.

Player
Conor O'Donnell

Omagh
Two matches and 12 points scored, nine from play. Outstanding.

Voting will close on Monday 2nd October at 10.00am

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