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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

Player
Jonny Parr

Rostrevor
His stunning save with the game in the balance enabled Rostrevor to reach the Intermediate final.

Player
Kevin McKernan

Burren
Was typically composed as Burren made light work of Castlewellan.

Player
Fiachra McNulty

Gortin
The Gortin full-back made several crunching challenges and important blocks against Dungannon.

Player
Michael Jones

Derrygonnelly
Had number four on his back but helped Derrygonnelly gain a midfield foothold against Roslea.

Player
Peter Shannon

Belturbet
A key part of Belturbet’s well-organised defence in their semi-final draw against Ballyhaise.

Player
Paddy Henry

Lavey
A sublime display as Lavey won the Intermediate hurling title.

Player
Damien McIntyre

Shercock
The half-back was in fine form as Shercock advanced to their first Intermediate final in four years.

Player
Brian Kennedy

Derrylaughan
The towering midfielder put in a massive shift in the Kevin Barry’s comprehensive win over Castlederg.

Player
Patrick McColgan

St Eunan's
Made two brilliant blocks to prevent certain goals as St Eunan’s clinched the Division One minor championship title.

Player
Kyle Carragher

Crossmaglen
Continued his recent good form with a 1-4 tally as Cross steam-rolled Clann Eireann.

Player
Conan McElduff

Carrickmore
Brought a real freshness to Carrickmore’s play when introduced from the bench against Edendork.

Player
Se McGuigan

Slaughtneil
His second-half goal gave Slaughtneil hurlers leeway as they clinched the five in-a-row.

Player
Jack Grugan

Ballymacnab
Netted twice in the opening 15 minutes on his way to amassing 2-4 in their quarter-final win over Madden.

Player
Ultan Lennon

Armagh Harps
The free-taker had his eye in as the Harps came so close to dumping out Cullyhanna.

Player
Declan Coulter

Setanta
His second-half display was exceptional, picking up eight points from all angles, as Setenta secured their first hurling championship since 2008.

Voting will close on Monday 25th September at 10.00am

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