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
The rookie goalkeeper was a beacon of composure against Loup.
Covered every inch of grass and scored two points against Dregish.
Finished his day with three points to his name as Cavan Gaels lay down a marker against Ramor.
Dougan was in fantastic form in the full-back line in Glen’s ruthless win over Lavey.
The county man had a monster of a second-half as Noel Marron’s side came so close to shocking 1/66 Crossmaglen.
His ace caused Glenn major problems as Paddy O’Rourke’s side eased through to the next round.
Rolled back the years with a superb display against Milford.
The former Antrim player gave an exhibition, including a goal, as Bredagh pushed Castlewellan close.
Lorded the skies as John Rafferty’s charges safely navigated their Tir na nOg test.
Scored 2-3, including a coolly converted penalty, against Magherafelt.
Her astounding first-half goal against Kerry deservedly went viral on social media, even if Armagh ultimately came up short.
A constant thorn in the Meath defence with his superb link-up play and trio of splendid points.
Scored a massive 1-10 over the hour, several of which were from acute angles, in their first-round win against Glenelly.
Superb display as he didn’t waste a ball all day. Grabbed a crucial goal to settle the side down.
The in-form attacker grabbed 2-1 as Scotstown saw off Killanny to start their title defence in the best possible fashion.
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