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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

Last weeks winner was Niamh Donnelly (Ballycastle)

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Ryan Elliott

Dunloy
Made a number of crucial saves as Dunloy battled their way into the Antrim senior hurling final.

Player
Patrick Murdock

Warrenpoint
Won a mountain of ball against a one-dimensional Longstone.

Player
Teresa McElroy

Lavey Camogie
Solid as a rock as Lavey qualified for the Derry Camogie senior semi-final.

Player
Ronan Holywood

Greencastle
Excellent at the back for the second game running in Greencastle’s low-scoring win over Gortin.

Player
Aaron Branagan

Kilcoo
His raiding runs caused Burren no end of problems in their drawn quarter-final.

Player
Evan Fortune

Cavan Gaels
Did very well in his head-to-head battle with Padraig Faulkner.

Player
Darren O'Hagan

Clonduff
Absolutely magnificent in Clonduff’s win over Carryduff.

Player
Chrissy McKaigue

Slaughtneil
Instrumental as always in Slaughtneil’s easy win over Lavey.

Player
Niall Ferris

Kevin Lynch's
A tally of 1-3 made a big difference in Kevin Lynch’s Derry Championship semi-final win over Ballinascreen.

Player
Joe Sands

Glenn
Sands’s personal contribution of 2-2 sent Glenn on their way to victory over Liatroim.

Player
Miceal McKenna

Grange
Starred in the second-half and extra time as Grange dumped out favourites Mullaghbawn.

Player
Pascal Donaghy

Kileeshil
A constant thorn in the Brocagh defense, Donaghy finished his day’s work with eight points.

Player
Padraig Nugent

St John's
Scored 13 points in a remarkable exhibition of free-taking as St John’s played out a dramatic draw with Cushendall.

Player
Joe Rock

Silverbridge
A scoring threat throughout in the Bridge’s dramatic win over Sarsfields in the quarter-final play-off.

Player
Noreen Graham

Ahoghill Camogie
Graham hit 4-4 as Ahoghill won the Antrim Junior title for the first time in 25 years.

Voting will close on Monday 23rd September at 10.00am

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