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Team of the Week [24-02-17]

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

Player
Simon Doherty

Armagh Hurlers
Doherty’s stunning first-half save ultimately proved crucial as Armagh earned a point against London.

Player
Shauna Lynch

Cavan Ladies
Lynch produced a classy display as Cavan continued their good start to the season against Kildare.

Player
Aileen Martin

Antrim Camogie
Martin was rock solid in the heart of the Saffron defence as Antrim edged past Armagh.

Player
Eunan Walsh

DKIT
The Aghagallon youngster continues to catch the eye as he impressed in the Trench Cup.

Player
Kevin McKernan

St. Mary's
Drove St Mary’s to the Sigerson Cup as he continually broke forward from the back against UCD.

Player
Kieran Duffy

DKIT
The Monaghan man produced another storming performance as DKIT retained the Trench Cup.

Player
Conor Meyler

St. Mary's
Man of the Match in the Sigerson final and was everywhere.

Player
Oisin O'Neill

St. Mary's
Top shooting and some super fetches helped St Mary’s triumph.

Player
Dermot Begley

Tyrone Hurlers
Begley drove forward continually in the rout of Louth, grabbing four points in the process.

Player
Conall McCann

St. Mary's
Instrumental as St Mary’s fought back against UCD, especially in the first half.

Player
Donal Meegan

Monaghan Hurlers
The dual star capped off an all-action display with the winning point as Monaghan just edged out Donegal.

Player
Niamh Mallon

Down Camogie
The Mourne captain racked up an incredible 0-14 tally but the side still lost out against Kilkenny.

Player
Liam Watson

Warwickshire Hurlers
Watson hit a stunning 2-10 for his adopted county as they eased past Fermanagh.

Player
Ciaran Clarke

Antrim Hurlers
Clarke continues to excel for the Antrim hurlers and his 1-12 tally was crucial as they secured an impressive point away to Carlow.

Player
Conor McCreesh

Rock
Rock’s All-Ireland dreams may have fallen short, but McCreesh continued his brilliant form as he kicks three great points even though he was well out-numbered.

Voting will close on Monday 27th February at 10.00am

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