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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 Ruairi Gormley (Tyrone)

Player
Ruairi Convery

Derry Hurling
Came out of retirement to play in Derry’s win over Down and scored a point from a free.

Player
Emma Brennan

Tyrone Ladies
Brennan delivered a powerhouse defensive performance against Down.

Player
Che Cullen

Fermanagh
Not many men have been able to shackle Conor McManus but Cullen did just that.

Player
Darragh Rafferty

Derry U20s
Did an excellent job when moved onto Donegal dangerman Jason McGee.

Player
Pierce O'Kelly

Tyrone Hurling
Took the bull by the horns with an impressive showing against Leitrim, scoring six points.

Player
Fionnuala Carr

Down Camogie
Gave a masterclass in sweeping as Down claimed their first provincial title in 13 years.

Player
Karl O'Connell

Monaghan
His surges forward resulted in three frees for his team.

Player
Eoin Donnelly

Fermanagh
Donnelly’s game-winning goal will go down in Fermanagh folklore.

Player
Ryan Jones

Fermanagh
Put in a massive shift in midfield and gave the assist for Donnelly’s late goal against Monaghan.

Player
Aidan Breen

Fermanagh
The Tempo man gave everything and scored two fantastic first-half points against Monaghan.

Player
Oisin McWilliams

Derry U20s
Stood tall with four crucial points from play as Derry stunned Donegal in the Ulster U20 Championship semi-final.

Player
Meabh Moriarty

Armagh Ladies
Really put her shoulder to the wheel as Armagh came from behind to dump out Cavan.

Player
Cormac O'Doherty

Derry Hurling
An incredible 1-17 tally was good enough to send Derry into the Christy Ring semi-finals, and Down crashing out.

Player
Niamh Mallon

Down Camogie
Player of the Match as Down shocked Derry in the Ulster final, racking up a brilliant 1-6 tally.

Player
Neil McManus

Antrim Hurling
The Cushendall maestro scored 13 points in the Saffrons’ heartbreaking defeat to Westmeath.

Voting will close on Monday 11th June at 10.00am

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