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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 Natasha Ferris (Down Ladies)

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Odhran Lynch

Derry
Gave a very assured performance even if Derry lost to Down.

Player
Paddy Burke

Antrim Hurler
Solid at the back as Antrim limited Mayo to only seven points.

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Darren O'Hagan

Down
Outstanding, absolutely outstanding against Derry. Remarkably consistent as well.

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Ryan McAnespie

Monaghan
McAnespie did an excellent job putting the shackles on Darren McCurry.

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Odhran McFadden-Ferry

Donegal
Had a day to remember as he scored his first goal at senior level for Donegal against Meath.

Player
Conor Boyle

Monaghan
The Monaghan skipper was superb in his defensive duties and also helped out the attack.

Player
Ciaran Brady

Cavan
The best player on show as Cavan got their first win of the campaign against Westmeath.

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Eoin Donnelly

Fermanagh
Did much to help Fermanagh gain a foothold in the middle against Roscommon.

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Thomas Galligan

Cavan
Sprung from the bench at half-time and led Cavan’s second-half revival against Westmeath, scoring two points as well.

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Niall McKenna

Antrim Hurling
Covered every blade of grass against Mayo, and helped himself to 1-3 as well in a sterling individual performance.

Player
Oisin McManus

Down Hurling
Makes the grade yet again for another fine display. He always scores heavy and this time he scored 1-5 from play against Roscommon.

Player
Conall Jones

Fermanagh
His contribution was immense after the break as Fermanagh claimed a smash-and-grab win over the Rossies.

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Jamie Brennan

Donegal
Absolutely electric in attack as Donegal tore Meath asunder in an easy league win.

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Emma Brennan

Tyrone Ladies
The Trillick attacker was superb throughout as Tyrone claimed a rare league win over Armagh.

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Emma McCroary

Donegal Ladies
Her injury-time goal snatched victory against Waterford.

Voting will close on Monday 10th February at 10.00am

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