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Last weeks winner was Cliodhna Hickson (St Colm's)
The hero against Monaghan as he made three saves in the penalty shoot-out.
Solid as a rock as he kept Westmeath’s John Heslin quiet.
Heroic at the back as Tyrone U-20s pipped Armagh after extra-time.
McArdle was in fine form in a hard-fought victory over Longford.
Put in an excellent shift as Donegal cruised to victory against Monaghan.
Three points from play says it all, but his clearances against Longford were also excellent.
A real ‘thou shalt not pass’ performance in Antrim’s easy win over Meath.
McKeever had a field day against Warwickshire, scoring a hat-trick of goals.
Courtney was in excellent form in Monaghan’s victory over Cavan, finishing with six points to her name.
It’s great to see the Cavan stalwart back to his very best with a personal contribution of five points against Fermanagh.
Derry Minors Camogie
Weighed in with an impressive five points as the Oak Leafers won the Ulster Minor Championship.
Proved a real handful up front as he chipped in with four points in Down’s U-20 victory.
McGuigan is ever-improving and landed a superb 1-7 in Derry’s victory over Louth.
Another titanic performance from Murphy sees him make our team of the week for the umpteenth time.
McCarthy has found some serious form at the moment and contributed a mightily impressive 1-3 from play against Mayo.
Posted: 8:00 am February 28, 2020