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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 Ronan O'Connor (Saul)

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Shea Murray

Clan na Gael
Held firm on a disappointing day out against Burren to make two stunning stops among the highlights.

Player
Gráinne Ní Chatháin

Sleacht Néill Camogie
Incredibly tenacious at the back as Sleacht Néill retained their title.

Player
Odhran Doherty

Naomh Conaill U21s
Got up the pitch to kick two crucial points against Dungloe.

Player
Karl McKaigue

Sleacht Néill
Gave an exhibition of man-marking against Dunloy.

Player
Shane McGuigan

Sleacht Néill
Exceptional from start to finish as the Slaughtneil hurlers defeated Dunloy.

Player
Maeve Connolly

Loughgiel Camogie
Played her heart out as Loughgiel fell short against Sleacht Néill.

Player
Gary Reilly

Kileeshil
Played the sweeper role to perfection in their promotion play-off win.

Player
Shannon Graham

Sleacht Néill Camogie
Possibly the best player on the pitch in another famous day for the Emmet’s.

Player
Odhran Murdock

Burren
Won the man of the match award for an inspirational performance in the Paul McGirr final.

Player
Kevin Kealy

St Eunan's U21s Hurling
Grabbed 2-1 against Setanta which proved crucial in the end up as St Eunan’s make the semis.

Player
Danielle Maguire

Kinawley Ladies
It’s been some season for Kinawley and they added to their silverware with a league final over Newtownbutler, and Maguire was in great form.

Player
Cormac O'Doherty

Sleacht Néill
Delivered a really stylish performance as Slaughtneil won their third Ulster SHC title in four years.

Player
Niall Toner

Burren
Wreaked havoc with a sterling display in the Paul McGirr tournament final, scoring 1-6, 1-2 of which was from play.

Player
Eoin McCusker

Dromore
Dromore’s great servant epitomised their hunger and determined in their league final victory.

Player
Maeve Maxwell

Edendork Ladies
A heartbreaking defeat in the All-Ireland semi-final, but Maxwell can be proud of her own performance, scoring 1-9.

Voting will close on Monday 18th November at 10.00am

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