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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 Maeve Kelly (Antrim)

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Luke Mulholland

St Ronan's, Lurgan
The St Ronan’s goalkeeper made a wonderful first-half save as they held on to win the Hogan Cup.

Player
Sinead Greene

Cavan
The Cavan captain lead by example in defence against Tyrone.

Player
John McEnhill

Irvinestown
Put in a solid showing as Irvinestown got up and running with a win over Tempo.

Player
Tony Devine

Owen Roes
The Owen Roes midfielder had an fine day out against Strabane.

Player
Jack Haddock

St Ronan's Lurgan
At the heart of a fine defensive performance as St Ronan’s made history.

Player
Donna English

Cavan
Helped Cavan dominate the middle sector as the Breffni girls qualified for the semi-finals.

Player
Mark McKearney

Holy Trinity
The Dungannon youngster is a brilliant prospect if his Paddy Drummond Cup final is any indication.

Player
Tiernan Kelly

St Ronan's, Lurgan
His goal in the third-quarter was proved crucial in St Ronan’s narrow Hogan Cup final win.

Player
Ryan Johnston

Kilcoo
Had a fine day out in Kilcoo’s hammering of Downpatrick, scoring 2-3 of their overall tally.

Player
Aimee Mackin

Armagh
Hit 2-6 in Armagh’s win over Clare, securing their place in the Division Two semi-finals.

Player
Hugh Gallagher

Omagh
Playing in the familiar surroundings of attack, he was to the fore in Omagh’s win over Carrickmore.

Player
Nigel Elliott

Dunloy
Scored four points from play in a man of the match performance against Loughgiel.

Player
Tiernan Quinn

Holy Trinity
Scored seven points, five from frees, as Holy Trinity sauntered to the Paddy Drummond Cup.

Player
Oisin Smyth

St Ronan's, Lurgan
Kicked three points from play and scored a magnificent winner as St Ronan’s won the Hogan Cup on a famous day for the school.

Player
Mark Devlin

Holy Trinity
Still only a fifth year, Devlin delivered a deadly attacking display for Holy Trinity’s all-conquering heroes.

Voting will close on Monday 16th April at 10.00am

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