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 Cormac Munroe (Tyrone U17s)
Made a penalty save against Sligo that sent the Tyrone ladies on their way to an All-Ireland final appearance.
Slotted in for a truly inspirational performance in Tyrone’s win over Sligo.
Brian Og McGilligan
A rock in the Banagher defence as they marched past Kevin Lynch’s and into the final.
Had a really strong outing on Conor McManus as Truagh surprised Clontibret.
Owen Roes, Leckpatrick
Battled to the very end despite picking up an injury in the first half.
John Paul O'Reilly
St Pat's Donagh
Never put a foot wrong in St Pat’s win over Newtownbutler.
Shored up in defence and landed three points against Kinawley.
Chipped in with three points as Dromore booked their league semi-final spot.
Embellished a fine personal display with two points as St Eunan’s reached their first final since 2002.
Made a huge impact when introduced at the interval, kicking three points against St Mary’s.
Landed an inspirational point as Ballinagh battled to a draw after extra time in their quarter-final play-off against Cootehill.
St Mary's Convoy
Grabbed a hat trick of goals in a man of the match performance against Pettigo.
The youngster struck an amazing 11 points in Fermanagh’s semi-final win over London.
The Slaughtneil star finished with 10 points, five from open play, against Ballinascreen.
A constant outlet for the Owen Roes attack grabbing two scores. Found time to help out the defence as well.
Posted: 8:00 am September 8, 2017