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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 Rihanna McBride (Cross and Passion)

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Rory Beggan

Scotstown
What a week for the Monaghan custodian, winning an All-Star before performing brilliantly against Burren.

Player
Shane Murphy

Banagher
Chipped in with 1-1 in Banagher’s win over Glenfin.

Player
Joanne Doonan

Kinawley
Immense throughout in a bitterly disappointing Ulster final defeat.

Player
James McAuley

St Enda's
Showed all his experience as St Enda’s booked their place in the Ulster Intermediate semi-final.

Player
Cathy Donnelly

Trillick
Organised her team superbly from the half-back line as Trillick took the Ulster title.

Player
Stephen McNally

Coalisland
The Fianna skipper didn’t deserve to be on the losing side against Crossmaglen.

Player
Enda O'Reilly

Mullahoran
O’Reilly scored two goals as the Dreadnaughts beat Bredagh.

Player
Ellen McCarron

Emmet Og
The game’s outstanding performer as she weighed in with six points against Kinawley.

Player
Colm McGoldrick

Eoghan Rua
His two first-half goals paved the way to victory against a gallant Castlerahan.

Player
Niall Toner

Burren
Scored 1-9 from play in an unforgettable performance against St Paul’s at the Paul McGirr tournament.

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Richard King

Limavady
Played the number 11 role to perfection as Limavady’s late surge sent them into the Ulster Junior final.

Player
Cathriona McConnell

Donaghmoyne
The Donaghmoyne sharpshooter scored eight points as they won back the Ulster title with a win over Glenfin.

Player
Kevin Cassidy

Gaoth Dobhair
The Gweedore veteran scored 1-3 to help his side into the Ulster Championship semi-finals.

Player
Rian O'Neill

Crossmaglen
What a weekend as he made match-winning contributions as Cross’s seniors beat Coalisland while their u-21s beat Mullaghbawn.

Player
James Darcy

Tattyreagh
Registered a goal and three points as the Tattyreagh earned a fine win over St Peter’s.

Voting will close on Monday 12th November at 10.00am

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