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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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Shaun Patton

Garda College
Ok, he was sent off late on, but the Donegal man still kicked three massive points against DCU.

Player
Hugh Pat McGeary

Tyrone
Put in an excellent shift at corner-back as Tyrone eased past Down.

Player
Ronan McNamee

Tyrone
Got upfield for a point but was generally excellent against Down.

Player
Christian Bonner

Letterkenny IT
Excellent on the wings in Letterkenny IT’s first ever Sigerson victory.

Player
Liam Rafferty

Galbally
Superb in defence as St Mary’s clinched a one-sided victory over Maynooth.

Player
James Daly

Blackhill
Unlucky to be on the losing team as Blackhill lost by a point in the All-Ireland Junior semi-final.

Player
Keelin Molloy

Antrim Hurler
Scored five points from play in his first game back from injury.

Player
Daniel McGuinness

Queen's University Belfast
Dominated his one-to-one battle with Brian Howard which is no mean feat.

Player
Gavin Doogan

Magheracloone
Doogan was absolutely outstanding as Maghercloone qualified for the All-Ireland Intermediate final in some style.

Player
Frank Burns

Tyrone
The versatile Pomeroy player was man of the match in Tyrone’s McKenna Cup win over Down.

Player
Oisin Walsh

Donegal U20s
The Bundoran youngster kicked a nerveless winning point in Donegal’s hard-fought Leo Murphy Cup win over Roscommon.

Player
Tiarnan Bogue

Queen's University Belfast
Won a mountain of possession as QUB ended their drought in the Sigerson Cup with victory over TU Dublin.

Player
Owen McCabe

St Mary's
His goal just before half-time gave St Mary’s a cushion they never looked like relinquishing against Maynooth.

Player
Peadar Mogan

Letterkenny IT
A personal tally of 1-6, 1-5 from play, made a big difference in Letterkenny IT’s win over Athlone.

Player
Tommy Freeman

Magheracloone
Freeman’s Indian summer continues as he kicked eight points in the All-Ireland Intermediate semi.

Voting will close on Monday 20th January at 10.00am

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