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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 Ryan Donnelly (Keady)

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Cathal Murdock

Burren
Hit some monstrous frees to keep Burren in touch before their strong finish against Kilcoo.

Player
Michael Kelly

Ballyholland Harps
His ferocious tackling was impressive as Ballyholland won a stunning minor championship.

Player
Denver Nugent

Pomeroy
The Pomeroy defender was outstanding in their survival battle encounter with Edendork.

Player
Lorcan Branagan

Clonduff
Mopped up a lot of ball as the Hilltown men beat Naomh Colmcille.

Player
Tony Davis

Teconnaught
Slotted in for an outstanding performance in the Down Junior final.

Player
Katie McKillop

Loughgiel
Dominant at centre-half back and scored a goal against Derrylaughan.

Player
Karl Stewart

St Gall's
A driving force throughout as St Gall’s clinched a win over Lisbellaw.

Player
Paul McEvoy

Crosserlough
His ball-winning abilities were instrumental in their replay win against Gowna.

Player
David Wright

Castlerahan
Kicked three points from play from midfield as Castlerahan got it right in a replay against Lavey.

Player
Yvonne Bonner

Glenfin
Posted 0-9, with five points coming from play, as Glenfin beat Bredagh after extra time to reach the final.

Player
Conor Carson

Cushendall
His goals proved to be the difference as Cushendall qualified for the Antrim SHC final.

Player
James Carlin

Red Hughs
A day he’ll never forget as he notched up four goals in Red Hughs’ Junior A Championship win over Letterkenny Gaels.

Player
Fergal Rafter

Castleblayney
The stand out player on show as his 1-7 tally helped ‘Blayney to a fine win against Burt.

Player
Gerard Ward

Glenfin
Led by example as he gave a man of the match performance from full-forward as Glenfin defeated Aodh Ruadh.

Player
Donal O'Hare

Burren
Star of the show with 2-5 as Burren lifted the Frank O’Hare Cup for the first time since 2011.

Voting will close on Monday 22nd October at 10.00am

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