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
Made a number of sharp saves but it wasn’t enough against Bellaghy.
Part of a rock solid defence that contained a previously potent Mullaghbawn attack.
Gave a tenacious defensive performance as Bellagh accounted for Dunloy.
Commanding at the back as Killeavy qualified for the final.
Another excellent performance as Red Hugh’s advanced to the last four.
Came up the field for two scores in Emmet Og’s All-Ireland loss
Gave an assurd performance as Derrygonnelly qualifed for the U21 final.
St Brigid's U21s
He gave a serious performance in the middle as St Brigid’s qualified for the U21 final.
Michael Og McGarrigle
Played well in the middle in Erne Gaels’ U21 ‘B’ Championship semi-final win over Lisnaskea.
Chipped in with an impressive 1-3 in Bellaghy’s 14-point win over Dunloy.
Lamh Dhearg U21s
Grabbed 2-1 from play as Lamh Dhearg defeated Con Magee’s 3-7 to 1-9 to reach the Antrim B final.
Came back from a broken jaw to score a crucial goal s Red Hugh’s defeated Dunedin Connolly’s after extra-time.
Finished with 3-6 to her name as Bredagh defeated Lough Oughter Gaels in the Ulster Minor final.
Nine points from ‘Patsy’ played a big part in Bellaghy’s comfortable win over Dunloy at the St Paul’s Tournament.
Weighed in with 1-2 as Ballyholland’s minors qualifed for the last four in Ulster with a hard-fought win over St Oliver Plunkett’s.
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