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
Last weeks winner was Laura Kane (Tyrone Ladies)
The Sarsfields keeper made a number of top quality saves against Errigal Ciaran IIIs.
Produced a sterling defensive display in Dunloy’s narrow win over Cushendall.
In name a defender, Friel scored three points as Gaoth Dobhair landed the Division One title.
McFadden was on top form as Loughgiel cruised to victory against Rossa.
His late free made the difference in Denn’s victory against Kildallan.
Cassidy was in his element as Derrygonnelly powered home against Roslea.
Ward was on top form for Ballybay against Maghermacloone, weighing in with six points.
Scored a massive 2-7 in Corduff’s win over Killanny.
Led the fight for Donegal in their heartbreaking semi-final defeat to Cork.
St Patrick's, Donagh
McDermot scored both of St Pat’s goals as they overcame neighbours Lisnaskea in the quarter-finals of the championship.
Lynch was on top scoring form in the Derg’s rout of Killyman in the first round of the Junior Championship.
His late goal against Bailieborough sent his side into the last eight of the Cavan Intermediate Championship.
The poacher finished with 1-0 to his name against Pearse Og as his reputation continues to soar.
Hughes scored a sublime individual tally on his way to running up 1-3 in Scotstown’s first round win over Carrickmacross.
Another two goals helped Bredagh into the quarter-finals. Paddy Tally will be watching.
Posted: 8:00 am August 31, 2018