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 Sharon Murphy (Fermanagh)
Liatroim conceded four but it would’ve been a lot worse only for Owen’s heroic shot-stopping.
The defender landed two important scores as underdogs Shercock clinched the Intermediate title.
The joint-captain was a one-man wall as he defended incredibly as Burren searched for a late goal.
A rock in the full-back line as the Antrim side edged Ballinderry.
Produced one of his best ever showings in Maghery’s semi-final win over Crossmaglen.
Yet another classy performance helped Armagh Harps back into the county final.
The dynamic half-back struck a number of neat points as Derrygonnelly clinched the senior title.
Slotted in for a player of the match display against Ballinascreen.
A 0-12 total earned Derrynoose an impressive draw with Gort na Mona after extra-time in their Ulster hurling clash.
His free-taking proved absolutely pivotal as Errigal secured their passaged to the county final.
His inspired season continued against Trillick, kicking two points and showing boundless enthusiasm.
Scored the crucial goal as well as two points as Currin defeated Sean’s to win their first Junior title since 1972.
When Burren were on top in the first half, Laverty produced a couple of moments of class and they would ultimately prove crucial.
The Fermanagh man was in flying form as the Harps completed the treble.
Pounced for an early goal and chipped in with seven points as Lamh Dhearg saw off Creggan to earn an Antrim final spot.
Posted: 8:00 am October 6, 2017