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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

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Player
Denise McElhinney

Donegal Ladies
Made a great save to secure a crucial three points against Cork.

Player
Chloe Drain

Antrim Camogie
Cleared ball after ball as the Saffrons recorded a great win.

Player
Cormac Munroe

Tyrone U20s
What a campaign Munroe has had, and he had another fine outing in the decider against Donegal.

Player
Aidan Forker

Armagh
One of Armagh’s most valuable players and got forward for the game-killing second goal against Fermanagh.

Player
Meghan Doherty

Down Ladies
May wear no.15 but once against swept brilliantly as Down earned a draw to remain unbeaten.

Player
Luke Gavigan

Donegal U20s
Donegal’s best player on the day as their Ulster dreams were crushed by Tyrone.

Player
Rory Grugan

Armagh
Was at his very best as Armagh breezed past Fermanagh.

Player
Christy Sheerin

Tir na nOg
Another brilliant show as his side got their second league win.

Player
Eoin McCabe

Carryduff U21s
The Down player continued his recent good form with a massive showing as Carryduff just sneaked past St Brigid’s.

Player
Richie Mullan

Dungiven U21s
Really stood up in trying conditions as 14-man Dungiven just edged out Enniskillen Gaels.

Player
Neil McManus

Antrim
Really took the fight to Offaly and his goal kick-started their remarkable comeback in Tullamore.

Player
Eoghan McGeehin

St Eunan's U21s
Four points from play, all into the wind, killed off any chance of a Carrickmore comeback.

Player
Declan Coulter

Donegal Hurling
His 10 points, three from play, helped Donegal earn promotion with victory over his former team Armagh.

Player
Cormac O'Doherty

Derry Hurling
The main marksman all season and stepped up with a 1-10 haul to drag Derry to the Division 2B final.

Player
Ethan Jordan

Tyrone U20s
Kicked five points from play and was the difference as Tyrone retained the Ulster title at the expense of Donegal.

Voting will close on Monday 9th March at 10.00am

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