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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

Last weeks winner was Ciaran Brady (Gowna)

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Stephen McGrath

Naomh Conaill
Made a crucial stop from Rory Kavanagh in a narrow win over St Eunan’s.

Player
Niamh McGirr

St Macartan's
Sure-footed at the back as St Macartan’s retained the Tyrone SFC title against Errigal Ciaran.

Player
Padraig Hampsey

Coalisland
Hampsey was in phenomenal form in Coalisland’s one-point win over Dromore.

Player
Dan O'Keefe

Newtownbutler
He may be a defender but O’Keefe scored 3-1 in a sensational play-off win for Newtownbutler.

Player
Ciaran McKeever

Caullyhanna
Marshalled the defence superbly as Cullyhanna put Silverbridge to the sword.

Player
Alannah Savage

Ballygalget
Brilliant in defence in a narrow defeat to Clonduff.

Player
Michael McCann

Cargin
Dominant in the middle third in a draw against Lamh Dhearg.

Player
Paul Smith

Laragh
Blasted home a sensational goal as Laragh qualified for the Intermediate semi-finals.

Player
Tina Hannon

Slaughtneil
Slaughtneil’s scoring machine scored a magnificent 13 points in their semi-final win over Coleraine.

Player
Emmett Bradley

Glen
Bradley gave an exhibition of attacking play in a thrilling win over Ballinderry.

Player
Conor McAuley

Belnaleck
McAuley landed three spectacular points as Belaleck clinched the Intermediate title in the proverbial game of two halves.

Player
Paul Finlay

Ballybay
Pulled the strings up front as well as weighing in with seven points as Ballybay reached the SFC final for the first time since 2012.

Player
Darragh Kavanagh

Augher
Kavanagh showed some sublime touches as well as coolly converting a penalty in Augher’s win over Loughmacrory.

Player
Mickey Pollock

St Gall's
A personal haul of 2-6 made a world of difference in St Gall’s big win over Portglenone.

Player
Kyle Carragher

Crossmaglen
Carragher gave a performance of real zest against Armagh Harps and finished his evening’s work with 1-2 to his name.

Voting will close on Monday 1st October at 10.00am

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