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Team of the Week [18-08-17]

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
Conor Campbell

Banagher
The rookie goalkeeper was a beacon of composure against Loup.

Player
Marc Bogue

Clogher
Covered every inch of grass and scored two points against Dregish.

Player
Niall Murray

Cavan Gaels
Finished his day with three points to his name as Cavan Gaels lay down a marker against Ramor.

Player
Ryan Dougan

Glen
Dougan was in fantastic form in the full-back line in Glen’s ruthless win over Lavey.

Player
Mark Shields

Whitecross
The county man had a monster of a second-half as Noel Marron’s side came so close to shocking 1/66 Crossmaglen.

Player
Cathal Foy

Burren
His ace caused Glenn major problems as Paddy O’Rourke’s side eased through to the next round.

Player
Ciaran Bonner

Glenswilly
Rolled back the years with a superb display against Milford.

Player
Benny Hasson

Bredagh
The former Antrim player gave an exhibition, including a goal, as Bredagh pushed Castlewellan close.

Player
Kieran Toner

Granemore
Lorded the skies as John Rafferty’s charges safely navigated their Tir na nOg test.

Player
Colm McGoldrick

Eoghan Rua
Scored 2-3, including a coolly converted penalty, against Magherafelt.

Player
Aimee Mackin

Armagh
Her astounding first-half goal against Kerry deservedly went viral on social media, even if Armagh ultimately came up short.

Player
Darragh Canavan

Tyrone U17s
A constant thorn in the Meath defence with his superb link-up play and trio of splendid points.

Player
Cathal McShane

Owen Roes
Scored a massive 1-10 over the hour, several of which were from acute angles, in their first-round win against Glenelly.

Player
Aidan Morgan

Dromintee
Superb display as he didn’t waste a ball all day. Grabbed a crucial goal to settle the side down.

Player
Conor McCarthy

Monaghan
The in-form attacker grabbed 2-1 as Scotstown saw off Killanny to start their title defence in the best possible fashion.

Voting will close on Monday 21st August at 10.00am

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