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Last weeks winner was Shea Murphy (Clan na Gael)
Five penalties faced, four saved. Curran was ultimately the key man in securing the Ulster title.
An incredible performance at the heart of defence for the new Ulster Junior Champions.
Gave a real thunderous performance against Eoghan Ruadh.
Man of the match and scored a crucial goal against Derrygonnelly.
A fine showing for the Shamrocks as he defended brilliantly.
Really imposed himself on proceedings against St Naul’s.
Got through a mountain of work as Newtown’ kept their survival hopes alive.
His experience shown through against Clontibret with a massive performance in every respect.
What a championship this guy is having. Had another brilliant performance as Glenties impressed in the Ulster semi-final.
Had a mammoth impact on proceedings as the Mitchel’s passed by Glenn and into the Ulster final.
Sean Leo McGoldrick
You can plan for him all you want but you can’t stop him. The difference-maker with 0-11 in the Ulster Junior hurling final.
Donnelly gave a great all-round performance as Galbally eased past St Naul’s.
Had to live off scraps for long periods of the contest but used the ball he did get very, very well.
Seven points all from play – Metzger was the thorn in the side of Glenn throughout their Ulster Intermediate meeting.
To end up with 13 points and still lose is harsh, but Casey did everything he could to try and get Dungannon over the line.
Posted: 8:00 am November 22, 2019