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 Johnny Carlin (Red Hughs)
Kept a clean sheet in a solid performance as Buncrana achieved promotion to Division Two.
Ulster Schools' Camogie
A star performer as Ulster won the Schools’ interprovincial title.
Gave a fine display at the back as Lavey qualified for the Paul McGirr final.
Put in a good shift as Irvinestown U21s overcame Lisnaskea.
Scored three points from play as Rossa qualified for the last eight of the u-21 championship.
The Castleblaney centre-half weighed in with 1-1 as they booked their place in the All-Ireland semis.
Slotted in for a fine personal performance in the U21 ‘B’ final.
Scored the insurance point for Dungannon two days after his wedding.
His ball-winning ability won him the man of the match award as Lavey qualified for the Paul McGirr final.
Dalaigh gave a hard-working, skilllful performance as the Clarkes achieved promotion to Division One.
Scored a hat-trick as Belnaleck won their league semi-final by 7-2 to 5-7 against Enniskillen.
Top-scored with 1-7 as Castleblaney won their All-Ireland Junior Championship quarter-final against John Mitchels.
Scored four points from play as St Michael’s romped to victory against St Patrick’s.
St Patrick's Maghera
Struck for two goals as the famous Derry college clinched a seven-point victory over Holy Trinity Cookstown.
Gave a powerful display as the Letterkenny men sealed the minor double with a win over Four Masters.
Posted: 8:00 am November 30, 2018