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 Ultan Lennon (Armagh Harps)
Made a fine save to deny John McManus a certain goal.
Resolute in defence as the Donegal champions reached the Ulster final.
Put in an excellent shift as St Macartan’s kept their Ulster dreams alive with a win over Clann Eireann.
Won his personal duel with Danny Toner and strode forward for three brilliant points.
The Tyrone full back plays in a more offensive position for his club and struck 2-5 against Dungannon.
Slotted in for a highly effective performance against Ardboe.
A hugely influential figure and scored a late penalty as Slaughtneil retained the Ulster Camogie title.
Hugely unfortunate to be on the losing side against Middletown, scoring a sublime 1-11.
Seized control in midfield as Setanta ran riot against Gort na Mona.
The Middlestown maestro tallied 1-2 as their superior spread of scorers proved the difference against Lavey.
Fired over ten points, five from play, as Slaughtneil retained their Ulster Senior Camogie title.
Top scored with nine points as the Corduff ladies’ footballers overcame Ballyhegan to reach the Ulster Junior final.
Player of the match as Eglish completed a three in-a-row of Ulster Intermediate titles.
Struck four points from play and won an important penalty as Slaughtneil retained their Ulster title with something to spare.
His last-gasp goal secured a dramatic victory for Middletown in the Ulster Intermediate final.
Posted: 8:00 am October 27, 2017