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Team of the Week [17-03-17]

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
Niall Morgan

Tyrone
A steady performance from Morgan against Cavan last weekend, which included a converted free.

Player
Padraig Hampsey

Tyrone
The Tyrone full back line was teak-tough and as a result Cavan were limited to shooting from distance.

Player
Sean McCullagh

Derry Hurlers
McCullagh was praised by Derry manager Collie McGurk after he controlled the Roscommon full forward line.

Player
Ciaran Johnston

Antrim Hurlers
Good movement against Armagh.

Player
Tiernan McCann

Tyrone
One of Tyrone’s better performers in the second half, though must  take some blame for the goal.

Player
Liam Og Hinphey

Derry Hurlers
Cool under pressure, Hinphey distributed the ball well.

Player
Eoin McGuinness

Armagh Hurlers
Worked hard against Antrim.

Player
Gearoid McKiernan

Cavan
In the first half against Tyrone, McKiernan was immense. He scored a total of 1-4.

Player
Conor McKinley

Antrim Hurlers
McKinley scored two points from midfield for Antrim, but his importance to the Saffrons was his ball-winning and distribution.

Player
Danny Toner

Down Hurlers
Down had a dismal day against Wicklow and would have lost by much more were it not for Toner’s six points.

Player
Deaglan Murphy

Antrim Hurlers
Murphy came on in the second half and incredibly scored seven points against Armagh.

Player
Martin Reilly

Cavan
Martin Reilly scored 0-3 against Tyrone including some massive points.

Player
Mark Bradley

Tyrone
Sprung from the bench in the second half, Bradley landed a long range point with his first touch and hassle the Cavan defence.

Player
Cahal Carvill

Armagh Hurlers
An honourable mention for Carvill who scored 2-2 and fought valiantly for Armagh against Antrim last weekend.

Player
Ciaran Steele

Derry Hurlers
Steele scored three points against Roscommon, but he was most important as a play maker.

Voting will close on Monday 20th March at 10.00am

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