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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 Oisin Kieran (Cavan)

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Blaine Hughes

Armagh
Hughes’ kick-outs laid the platform for Armagh’s Division Three win over.

Player
Patrick Burns

Armagh
Burns has been one of the finds of the season and impressed once again against Fermanagh.

Player
Catherine McCooey

Armagh Camog
The Armagh full-back led by example as they produced a comeback victory against Kildare.

Player
Maeve Kelly

Antrim Minor Camog
Dominated midfield and scored four points from play as Antrim came from behind to beat Westmeath.

Player
Richie Mullan

St Patrick's Maghera
Fired over seven frees in St Pat’s unlucky Paddy Buggy Cup final defeat.

Player
Mark Kavanagh

Errigal Ciaran
His vision, work-rate and passing were key to Errigal Ciaran’s opening day win over Galbally.

Player
Caolan Mooney

Down
The stylish Down footballer scored three points from play in their win over Tipperary.

Player
Martin O'Reilly

Sean MacCumhaills
The Mac Cumhaills servant led the way as they clinched a five-point win over Termon.

Player
Niall Grimley

Armagh
Won six kick outs and scored six points in a match-deciding contribution against Fermanagh.

Player
Conall Jones

Fermanagh
Had probably his best performance for Fermanagh this season against Armagh, scoring three points.

Player
Seamus McAuley

Cross and Passion, Ballycastle
Scored 2-11 as as CPC retained the Danske Bank Foresters’ Cup with a win over St Killian’s Garron Tower.

Player
Dara McVeety

Cavan
The Cavan skipper et Croke Park alight with a fine performance before being taken off with injury.

Player
Katie McAleese

Antrim
Scored 11 points, including eight frees, as Antrim maintained their unbeaten run with a win over Down.

Player
Geraldine McLaughlin

Termon
The Termon star scored 2-5 in Donegal's defeat to Mayo.

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Andrew Murnin

Armagh
Scored 1-3 and showed plenty of flair in a potent attacking performance as Armagh took Division Three honours against Fermanagh.

Voting will close on Monday 9th April at 10.00am

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