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 Peter McKearney (Derrynoose)
His late free opened up a four-point gap as Tattyreagh secured a historic Junior title.
Man of the match for a commanding performance in Milford’s Intermediate final win over St Naul’s.
Put in a serious shift as Fermanagh got it right at the second time of asking against Derry.
Shone for Four Masters as they preserved their top-flight status against Ardara.
The forward dropped back to break up play and still got three points from play.
Slotted in for scoring two cracking goals against Castlerahan.
Player of the match and deservedly so as Fermanagh clinched the All-Ireland Junior title.
Put in a tireless shift in midfield as the Moy clinched their first Intermediate title in 35 years.
Got through a mountain of unseen work as Slaughtneil got by Dunloy in Ulster.
Involved in all three of his side’s goals as they edged Sarsfields in the Ulster Intermediate semi-final.
His three points proved crucial as St John’s stunned Cargin in the Antrim semi-final.
Finished his day with 1-6 to his name as Ballygalget ensured their place in the Ulster Senior Hurling final.
Managed a phenomenal 4-1 from play in Ballyhegan’s win over Con Magee’s.
Finished his day with a massive 11-point tally as the Slaughtneil hurlers proved last year was no fluke.
His five points under huge pressure proved crucial as Cavan Gaels clinched their first senior title since 2014.
Posted: 8:00 am October 13, 2017