HERE is our team of the week, based on performances last weekend.
1 SHAUN PATTON Donegal
Had a hard day in Kerry but responded well against Tyrone, landed a free and saved from Michael McKernan.
2 SHANNON O’DOHERTY Derry camogie
The Oakleaf captain was excellent as a spare player in the win over Kildare.
3 CLODAGH MCCAMBRIDGE Armagh ladies
Solid as a rock as Armagh saw off a hard-working Cavan outfit.
4 DAVID KEARNEY Antrim hurlers
Kept the dangerous Stephen Bennett quiet from play against Waterford.
5 SORCHA DUGGAN Eoghan Rua
A brilliant showing as the Derry side finished like a train to see off Athleague and qualify for the All-Ireland final.
6 ODHRAN MCFADDEN-FERRY Donegal
Key to Donegal’s resurgence against Tyrone.
7 PADDY MCALEER Antrim
Action Man performance as he covered serious ground in Laois. Scored a point.
8 EMMETT BRADLEY Derry
Towering performance as Derry’s league winning run stretched to 11 games in Clare.
9 RYAN McELDOWNEY St Mary’s Magherafelt
Usual high standards as Magherafelt’s Hogan Cup dreams came to an end.
10 GEAROID MCKIERNAN Cavan
Man of the Match as Cavan defeated Carlow.
11 RIAN O’NEILL Armagh
Heavily involved as Armagh nearly beat Mayo.
12 CONOR O’DONNELL Donegal
Highly rated up in Donegal and people got a glimpse why after his performance against Tyrone.
13 DEAGLAN FOLEY Derry hurlers
Tore Mayo apart with 1-4 as the Oakleafers showed little mercy in a 19-point win.
14 NEIL MCMANUS Antrim hurlers
Late penalty miss shouldn’t take away from a great attacking display. Finished with 0-13.
15 CLODAGH KEENAGHAN Cavan camogie
Deadly in front of the posts as Cavan edged out Armagh in Middletown.