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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 Enright (St Paul's)

Player
Darren McDonnell

Clontibret
Made a number of saves to keep a misfiring Crossmaglen at bay.

Player
Daire Gallagher

Trillick
Showed good leadership in the second-half against Derrygonnelly.

Player
Conor Ward

The Rock
Didn’t deserve to be on the losing side in an agonising defeat to Buncrana.

Player
Aaron Branagan

Kilcoo
Held Shane Heavron scoreless from play in Kilcoo’s win over Magherafelt.

Player
Dessie Mone

Clotibret
Rolled back the years with a barnstorming display against Cross’.

Player
Aaron Kennedy

Glenn
Delivered a huge second-half performance as the Down champions shook off Kinawley.

Player
Anthony Thompson

Naomh Conaill
Rock solid defensively and also scored three big points against Castlerahan.

Player
Leo McLoone

Naomh Conaill
Won a mountain of ball in the middle in a highly influential display against Castlerahan.

Player
Daniel Kerr

Galbally
Stamped his class all over proceedings with a hugely creative showing against Laragh.

Player
Stephen Griffin

St Naul's
The St Naul’s skipper led by example in their Ulster Intermediate Championship semi-final win over Aldergrove.

Player
Eugene Branagan

Kilcoo
Ran riot in the second-half of the Magpie’s five-point win over Magherafelt.

Player
Ronan O'Connor

Saul U21s
Weighed in with a magnificent 2-10 in Saul’s impressive Down quarter-final victory over Clonduff.

Player
John Campbell

Buncrana
A tally of 1-7, 0-4 from play, was a massive contributing factor in Buncrana’s win over the Rock.

Player
Tommy Freeman

Magheracloone
The Magheracloone veteran helped them get back on track with a few crucial scores when they really needed it against Foreglen.

Player
Conall Jones

Derrygonnelly
Scored two crucial penalty goals but his general performance throughout was top drawer against Trillick.

Voting will close on Monday 11th November at 10.00am

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