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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

Player
Jamie Crowe

Down Hurling
Made two excellent second-half saves which proved crucial as Down won the Conor McGurk final.

Player
Stephen Rooney

Antrim Hurling
Excelled in the full-back line in Antrim’s win over Kildare.

Player
Lara Devlin

St Patrick's Dungannon
Slotted in for a starring performance as St Patrick’s won the Senior Medallion Shield final.

Player
Patrick McLarnon

O'Donovan Rossa
The Magherafelt defender scored 1-1 in an easy win over Enniskillen Gaels.

Player
Barry McCambridge

Clann Eireann
Operated the sweeper role to perfection against St Eunan’s.

Player
Paddy Finnegan

St Brigid's
Man of the match as St Brigid’s advanced to the semi-finals of the Ulster U21 tournament.

Player
Brendan Donaghy

Armagh
The experienced defender gave a polished display as Armagh edged Donegal.

Player
Brian Kennedy

Tyrone
The young Derrylaughan midfielder was highly influential against Derry.

Player
Niall Grimley

Armagh
Gave a towering performance as Armagh qualified for the McKenna Cup final with a fine win over Donegal.

Player
Conor O'Prey

Down
Lofted over four points from play in Down’s Conor McGurk Cup final win over Ulster University.

Player
Declan Martin

O'Donovan Rossa
Top scored for Magherafelt as they hit Enniskillen Gaels for six at the Ulster U21 tournament.

Player
Conor McConville

Clann Eireann
Instrumental as Clann Eireann edged their Ulster U21 tournament preliminary round clash against St Eunan’s.

Player
Stefan Campbell

Armagh
Starred in the first-half against Donegal with three points from play.

Player
Peter Harte

Tyrone
Stamped his class on proceedings which brought on against Derry at half-time, scoring five crucial points.

Player
James McNaughton

Antrim Hurling
A hat-trick of goals made a world of difference as Antrim qualified for the Kehoe Cup final with a win over Kildare.

Voting will close on Monday 21st January at 10.00am

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