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Last weeks winner was Cormac Donnelly (Galbally)
Made a number of good saves on a tough day out against St Colman’s.
Barely put a foot wrong as Eoghan Rua booked their place in the All-Ireland semis.
St Paul's Ladies
Caused Naomh Ciaran all sorts of problems before being sinbinned.
Solid as a rock as Eoghan Rua limited John Mitchel’s to only seven points.
Didn’t deserve to be on the losing team in the All-Ireland Junior B final.
Roved around the middle to great effect in their play-off win.
Cross and Passion
Won the match of the match award for a barnstorming performance in the Mageean Cup final.
St Pat's Maghera
Absolutely lethal up front in their win over Holy Trinity.
Scored 2-6 of St Paul’s overall tally of 2-9 in their heartbreaking All-Ireland finial defeat.
Deserves his spot for sheer work-rate and influence as Newtownstewart avoided relegation.
Clann Eireann U21s
A fine showing as the Lurgan men eased past Armagh Harps and back into another county final.
Sean Leo McGoldrick
He’s been outstanding all year, and he scored a stupendous 1-9 as Coleraine made the All-Ireland semi-finals.
Hit the opening goal and went on to have a great match against St Ronan’s Lurgan.
St Colman's, Newry
Practically unmarkable in St Colman’s win over Patrician, hitting a number of fine scores.
A tally of 2-2 says it all as Eoghan Rua made mince meat of John Mitchel’s.
Posted: 8:00 am November 29, 2019