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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 Cormac McBride (Tyrone Minors)

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Benny Gallen

Aghyaran
Scored two frees in Aghyaran’s league draw with Omagh.

Player
Aaron Dennison

Ederney
Dennison’s guile was a real asset in Ederney’s win over Irvinestown.

Player
Jack Doogan

Monaghan Minors
Was composed in the full-back line as Monaghan limited Antrim to eight points.

Player
Luke Fortune

Cavan Gaels
Soloed the ball from corner-back to score a goal for his club.

Player
Joe Maskey

Antrim Hurlers
He’s been a real find for Antrim this year and scored two points against Meath.

Player
Eoin de Burca

Donegal
Scored the decisive goal in Donegal’s Buncrana Cup final win over Tyrone.

Player
Sean Jones

Monaghan Minors
Slotted in for a fine performance against Antrim, scoring 1-3.

Player
Peter Harte

Errigal Ciaran
Delivered a super performance in an impressive win over Errigal Ciaran.

Player
Nigel Elliott

Antrim Hurlers
Lost his bearings in the opening seconds but bounced back with a hat-trick of goals in Antrim’s 13-point win over Meath.

Player
Bronagh Sheridan

Cavan Ladies
Scored 1-2 and was desperately unlucky not to have been award a penalty in the closing seconds of Cavan’s league final loss.

Player
Conor Johnston

Antrim
Notched 2-4 including an injury-time penalty in the Saffrons’ Joe McDonagh Cup win over Meath.

Player
Ronan O'Neill

Omagh
The Tyrone star gave a scoring exhibition against Aghyaran, scoring six from play and four from frees.

Player
Eric Carr

Donegal
Picked up the man of the match award for his five-point contribution in Donegal’s Buncrana Cup triumph.

Player
Stefan Campbell

Clan na nGael
Scored 1-10 from play in an incredible performance in their derby with Wolfe Tone.

Player
Loughlinn Power

Monaghan
Scored two goals as a more experienced Monaghan side got the better of Antrim in an Ulster Championship minor qualifier.

Voting will close on Monday 14th May at 10.00am

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