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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 Enda Henry (Belturbet)

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Ryan Elliott

Dunloy
Atoned for an early mistake with three outstanding saves against Cushendall.

Player
Neil McGee

Gaoth Donhair
The old timer made some crucial interceptions in an extra-time win over Bundoran.

Player
Ruairi Kelly

Trillick
Steady as a rock as Trillick dethroned Coalisland.

Player
Darryl Branagan

Kilcoo
Got up the pitch to score two fine points in a dogged semi-final win over Clonduff.

Player
Joanne Doonan

Kinawley Ladies
Slotted in for a phenomenal performance against Killeeshil.

Player
Maeve Connolly

Loughgiel
Connolly had a simply stunning game as Loughgiel retained their Antrim Championship title.

Player
Darragh Mulgrew

St Eunan's
The wing-back had a game to remember against Milford as he racked up 1-3.

Player
Kevin McCabe

Killlinkere
His late goal was all-important in their Junior final win over Shannon Gaels.

Player
Gary Clancy

Bundoran
Didn’t deserve to be on the losing side after scoring an amazing 1-9 against Gaoth Dobhair in the Donegal quarter-finals.

Player
Shannon O'Connor

Banagher
Scored a magnificent 4-5, just 0-1 to bring Banagher into the Ulster Junior camogie final.

Player
Sean Ellott

Dunloy
Came off the bench to plunder two quickfire goals as Dunloy won their second title in three years.

Player
Peter Harte

Errigal Ciaran
Scored seven points, including some mighty free kicks, as Errigal defeated their old rivals Carmen in the semis.

Player
Ronan Flanagan

Castlerahan
Covered every blade of glass as Castlerahan sank the Gaels in the Cavan semi-final.

Player
Cormac O'Doherty

Slaughtneil
A no brainer for selection, O’Doherty scored a mammoth 16 points in the county final win.

Player
Geraldine McLaughlin

Termon
Not for the first time, the star of the show as she scored a tremendous 2-7 against Clann Eireann.

Voting will close on Monday 7th October at 10.00am

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