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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 Shannon Graham (Slaughtneil)

Player
Ciaran Kelly

Red Hughes
Games are won on big moments and Ciaran Kelly’s second-half save from Declan Traynor was important.

Player
Paddy Burke

Cushendall
Got a crucial goal but also worked like a demon as Cushendall secured the Antrim title.

Player
Aidan Corbett

Cushendun
A rock at the heart of the Cushendun defence as they proved much too strong for Sean Treacy’s.

Player
Stephen Carr

Glenfin U21s
A constant threat as Glenfin dumped out Gaoth Dobhair.

Player
Paul McCormack

Keady
Used his vast experience to quell Liatroim’s challenge in their Ulster semi-final meeting.

Player
Eoghan Campbell

Cushendall
Swept brilliantly as Cushendall were crowned Antrim champions.

Player
Scott Nicholson

Ballycran
Up and down the field all day and managed seven points as Ballycran shocked Slaughtneil.

Player
Neil McManus

Cushendall
Just a colossal performance all over the pitch as Cushendall turned the tables on Loughgiel.

Player
Phelim Savage

Ballycran
Chrissy McKaigue has dominated some of the country’s top footballers and hurlers in recent years but he found the youngster a real handful in their Ulster semi.

Player
James McNaughton

Loughgiel
May have been on the losing side but put in a superb effort against Cushendall, scoring 0-9.

Player
Conor Corvan

Keady
Continued his recent good form as Keady qualified for the Ulster IFC final at Liatroim’s expense.

Player
Rihanna McBride

Cross & Passion
Scored 1-9 as Cross & Passion won a fourth Corn Eimhear title in a row with a 6-13 to 1-5 win over Our Lady’s & St Patrick’s, Knock.

Player
Calvin Bradley

Red Hughs
Contributed a crucial 2-2 as Red Hugh’s finished strongly to defeat Con Magee’s in Portglenone.

Player
Tomas O'Ciaran

St Gall's
At his accurate best in the semi-final win over Swatragh. His last-gasp free to force extra-time was crucial.

Player
James Coyle

Ballycran
Found the net twice as Ballycran blitzed Slaughtneil to set up an Ulster final date with Cushendall.

Voting will close on Monday 5th November at 10.00am

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