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 Oisin McPoland (Dunloy)
Made three crucial waves against a Kilcar side that were wasteful in front of goal.
McGurn’s purposeful running down the right flank posed Doire Trasna no end of problems.
The St Naul’s defender fired over two points in their U21 Championship semi-final win.
A characteristic performance saw Rostrevor drive out of defence time-and-time again.
The superbly skillful Kevin Lynch’s centre-half back struck 1-5 against Dunloy.
A calm head around the middle as Slaughtneil edged one step closer to retaining their Ulster title.
Notched 1-4 as Carryduff defeated Burren in the Down U21 semi.
Carried the fight to Cavan Gaels when his side fell 0-10 to 0-6 behind.
His typically influential self as a stunning second-half blitz saw off Newbridge.
Kicked the winner as a relieved Belnaleck edged Doire Trasna in the Ulster JFC semi-final.
Continued his goal-scoring streak with two crucial net-busters against Newbridge.
Eire Og, Carrickmore
Found the target time and time again as Carrickmore stunned Ballycran in the Ulster Minor Championship semi-final.
St Mary's, Clady
Shot St Mary’s into the All-Ireland semi-final with a personal tally of 1-6 against Sacred Heart, Newry.
The Donegal star almost beat Kilcar on his own, firing over 10 points, five of which came from play.
McManus had an absolutely astounding first test, scoring seven overs and four behinds as Ireland came up short.
Posted: 8:00 am November 17, 2017