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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 Rory Beggan (Monaghan)

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Laura Kane

Tyrone Ladies
A steady presence between the sticks as Tyrone qualified for the All-Ireland Intermediate final.

Player
Nicole Kelly

Down Camogie
Snuffed the threat of Tipperary danger woman Niamh Tracey.

Player
Killian McEnroe

Castlerahan
Made a sensational diving block to deny Seanie Johnstone a certain goal.

Player
Christiane Hunter

Tyrone Ladies
Hunter gave a lion-hearted performance in the Tyrone defence against Sligo.

Player
Paula O'Hagan

Down Camogie
Won her individual battle and scored a couple of points as Down clinched a famous victory over Tipperary.

Player
Jonathan Cassidy

Enniskillen Gaels
Outstanding at centre-half back and chipped in with two points against Kinawley.

Player
Paul Graham

Cavan Gaels
Scoring two points in a gripping draw with Castlerahan.

Player
Emma Jane Gervin

Tyrone Ladies
Her work rate was phenomenal over the hour against Sligo.

Player
Ryan Magee

Cumann Pheadair Naofa
A cracking goal on the stroke of half-time inspired CPN to victory over Glenn.

Player
Chris O'Brien

Devenish
O’Brien was in top form against Teemore, weighing in with four points in a gripping quarter-final clash.

Player
Marc McConnell

Clogher
Scored several points and set up countless others as Clogher cruised into the last eight with a win over Drumquin.

Player
Paudie Poland

Burren
Scored a fantastic 1-4 to send Burren into the Down SFC quarter-finals.

Player
Gary Tubman

Drumlane
Stole the show with a seven-point contribution in Drumlane’s narrow championship victory over Denn.

Player
Philip Bonny

Bryansford
Scored a fairytale goal against Rostrevor following months of successful chemotherapy.

Player
Niamh Mallon

Down Camogie
Scored seven points despite being double marked in Down’s All-Ireland semi-final over Tipperary.

Voting will close on Monday 27th August at 10.00am

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