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Last weeks winner was Pauric Keenaghan (Aodh Ruadh)
Gave an outstanding performance against Arva and saved a penalty.
Kept the Tir na nOg defence at bay in his side’s quarter-final win.
Got forward to score a goal in Kinawley’s Intermediate final win.
Had an excellent game in defence for Dunloy in their semi-final defeat to Loughgiel.
Weighed in with three points in a commanding first-round victory over the Moy.
Composed at centre-half back as she guided Ballycastle into the Antrim final.
Fired home two goals in Ballinderry’s big win over Dungiven.
Holly didn’t deserve to be on the losing side against Magherafelt after a fantastic individual performance.
McConville’s rampaging runs caused Killeavy real problems as they booked a play-off clash.
Morgan’s work-rate, passing and score-taking was of the highest calibre as they retained the Tyrone senior title.
Struck three superb points early in the second-half to send Glenties on their way to victory.
Rolled back the years with a fantastic display of scoring against Creggan, landing ten points.
Scored an absolutely remarkable five goals in Ballycran’s 29-point victory over Liatroim in the Down senior hurling championship.
The Down legend shows he still has it as he racked up 3-4 in their reserve semi-final win over Kicloo.
The highly promising youngster fired a stupendous 2-9 in their championship win over Dungloe.
Posted: 8:00 am September 13, 2019