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
Last weeks winner was Oisin Walsh (Donegal U20s)
One or two kick-outs went astray but made a couple of important early saves to keep his side in it against Corofin.
Good forays forward as St Mary’s exited the Sigerson after extra-time against UCD.
Put his hand up for a league start against Meath after a good solid showing in the McKenna Cup final against Monaghan.
The Magpie veteran cut out a mountain of ball in his role as the Down side came so close to All-Ireland glory.
May have started in attack, but much of his intelligent work was carried out around the half-back line.
Got forward for two points as the Tir Chonaill men just missed out on a final spot on scoring difference.
Hugh Pat McGeary
Another purposeful display as Tyrone claimed yet another Dr McKenna Cup.
Another hugely influential display around the middle of the park to help Letterkenny earn a derby win over IT Sligo.
Helped himself to a 1-2 tally as the Mourne county signed off their league campaign with a good draw against Tyrone.
Scored 1-2 and was St Mary’s best player as they came close to surprising UCD in Dublin.
A real thorn in IT Sligo’s side as he kicked three points from play in their Sigerson quarter-final.
It was a lackluster McKenna Cup final against Monaghan but McCurry’s introduction did spark Tyrone into some sort of life.
Showed nerves of steel to land the free that forced extra-time and kicked five of his side’s seven scores over the 80 minutes.
Hit 1-4 and generally excelled as St Colman’s edged Dungannon in a McCormack Cup semi-final thriller.
Weighed in with four points as the Erne county finished off their championship preparations with a draw against Longford.
Posted: 8:00 am January 24, 2020