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Team of the Week

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 Eva Woods (Corduff)

Player
John Finucane

Lamh Dhearg
Made a number of stunning saves even though Lamh Dhearg crashed out of Ulster.

Player
Lee Cullen

Belnaleck
At the hub of Belnaleck’s defence in their win over Dundrum.

Player
Mickey Jones

Derrygonnelly
A rock at the back as Derrygonnelly clinched their first ever Ulster Championship win.

Player
Karl McKaigue

Slaughtneil
Tigerish in defence and had the better of his tussle with Ronan O’Neill.

Player
Ryan McHugh

Kilcar
Not for the first time, the Donegal flyer caught the eye with a great performance against Scotstown.

Player
Brendan Armstrong

Tattyreagh
Applied the coup de grace with a late 1-1 against Currin.

Player
Michael Bateson

Newbridge
A colossal presence in the middle in Newbridge’s impressive win over Belcoo.

Player
Garvan Jones

Derrygonnelly
Formidable in the middle and kicked two points against Armagh Harps.

Player
Padraig Cassidy

Slaughtneil
When their backs were against the wall the Slaughtneil midfielder performed wonders against Omagh.

Player
Colm Cavanagh

Moy
A beacon of composure as Moy edged a claustrophobic affair against Carrickmacross.

Player
Matthew Crossan

Naomh Colmcille
Hit four fine points from play in Naomh Colmcille’s win over Ballymachugh.

Player
Paul Meehan

Inniskeen
Dragged Inniskeen into the IFL final with a series of brilliant frees against Corduff.

Player
Seanie Johnston

Cavan Gaels
Roved in and out of the inside line as he rolled back the years against Lamh Dhearg.

Player
Dee Starrett

Doire Trasna
Ballyhegan were left seeing stars by the Doire Trasna forward, who had a massive impact in their easy win.

Player
Paddy McBrearty

Kilcar
Racked up eight points for the Donegal champions as they swept aside Scotstown with surprising ease.

Voting will close on Monday 6th November at 10.00am

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