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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

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Last weeks winner was Ryan McFadden (Termon)

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Rory Beggan

Monaghan
Scored three points and kept a clean sheet against Derry.

Player
Phelim Duffin

Antrim Hurling
Didn’t give Queen’s a sniff of it in Antrim’s one-sided Conor McGurk semi-final win.

Player
Jamie Duggan

Lavey
Unselfish to a fault in a fine man-marking job on Enniskillen Gaels’ Conor Love.

Player
Mark Toye

Termon
Superb at the back as Termon qualified for the final at St Paul’s with victory over Kilcoo.

Player
Mark Shields

Armagh
Excellent when moved onto Cavan dangerman Martin Reilly.

Player
Joseph Duggan

Lavey
Another Duggan from Lavey makes the grade for an excellent display at the back.

Player
Caolan Gallagher

Termon
Showed real leadership when required against Kilcoo. A top drawer display.

Player
Liam Middleton

Down
Very influential in the middle sector as Down saw off Fermanagh in the McKenna Cup.

Player
Ronan Molloy

Antrim Hurling
Six points from play says it all as Saffrons strolled past Queen’s in the Conor McGurk semi-final.

Player
Aaron Mulligan

Monaghan
Caught the eye with a fine display against Derry, scoring 1-4 in Inniskeen.

Player
Matthew Downey

Lavey
Deserves his place in team of the week yet again for another sublime performance, this time against Enniskillen Gaels.

Player
Liam Kerr

Down
Came off the bench just before half-time and had a massive impact on proceedings with a 1-3 tally against Fermanagh.

Player
Conor Black

Termon
Made a huge impression when introduced against Kilcoo, scoring 1-2 to help Termon on their way to the St Paul’s final.

Player
Rian O'Neill

Armagh
Won the man of the match award, and rightly so, after an awesome showing against Cavan.

Player
Tim Prenter

Down Hurling
Lethal in front of goals as Down qualified for the Conor McGurk final with victory over Ulster University.

Voting will close on Monday 6th January at 10.00am

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