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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 Tim Prentor (Down)

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Shaun Patton

Donegal
His penalty save made the difference in Donegal’s one-point win over Monaghan.

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Shea O'Neill

Lavey
Didn’t give an inch in a tenacious performance in the St Paul’s final.

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Karl McKaigue

Sleacht Néill
Held Adrian Mullen scoreless before doing the same the Eoin Cody. Superb.

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Lee Jones

Fermanagh
Put in a battling performance in the last line of defence in a narrow defeat to Antrim.

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Enda Downey

Lavey
Dropped back to help defence in another great performance for Lavey.

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Daryl Branagan

Kilcoo
Did a mean marking job on Colm Basquel and scored that all-important second goal for Kilcoo.

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Shane McGuigan

Sleacht Néill
Held TJ Reid to just one point from play - no mean feat.

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Paul Devlin

Kilcoo
Excellent in the middle third as Kilcoo qualified for final.

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Conn Kilpatrick

Tyrone
Put his hands up for selection with an eye-catching Tyrone debut against Cavan in the McKenna Cup.

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Brendan Rogers

Sleacht Néill
Hit two of the finest scores you’ll ever see in their heart-breaking defeat to Ballyhale.

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Paddy McBride

Antrim
His two goal strikes were out of the top drawer and gave Fermanagh goalie Thomas Treacy absolutely no chance.

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Michael Langan

Donegal
Kicked four points and put in a great shift as Donegal got off to a winning start with victory over Monaghan.

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Conor Laverty

Kilcoo
Always in the thick of it against Ballyboden, Laverty played a massive part in Kilcoo’s first goal.

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Ryan Johnston

Kilcoo
Took his goal superbly, and was a bundle of energy throughout as the Magpies soared into the final.

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Niall Duggan

Lavey
Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Niall Duggan was superb in the closing stages against Termon.

Voting will close on Monday 13th January at 10.00am

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