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Pulled off a fine penalty save as the Breffni County continued their revival with victory over Laois.
Solid at the back on an easy day out for the Tyrone hurlers.
Showed his leadership qualities with an all-action display against Laois.
Lorded the defence in St Colm’s semi-final win over Scoil Mhuire.
Slotted in at half-back against Sligo and did a fantastic job.
Cross and Passion
Can’t be faulted for her own display even if it wasn’t to be against Kilkenny school Loreto.
Won everything that came her way in Down’s fine win over Sligo.
St Patrick's Camogie
Fantastic in the middle as St Pat’s qualified for the All-Ireland C final.
Enjoyed herself against Wexford as she struck 2-2 in a fine league win.
Made yet another impact from the bench, coming on at half-time and striking two goals against Laois.
Led the Donegal charge in the second-half as they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat against Louth.
Produced the goods in Cavan’s comfortable victory over Wexford with a personal tally of 2-5.
Casey was at the peak of his powers against the Farney County, scoring a stupendous 1-13 at Castleblaney.
Hit an incredible 1-14 as Down made it three-from-three against Sligo.
St Patrick's Academy
Donnelly looks like a real star of the future and scored six points in St Pat’s quarter-final MacRory Cup win.
Posted: 8:00 am February 21, 2020