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 Sean Parker (Buncrana)
Made a string of excellent saves as Carrickmore won the Paul McGirr Tournament against Lavey.
Superb display on the elusive Cian McConville as Mullaghbawn dumped out Cross in their play-off.
The excellent defender scored a penalty as Belcoo won the league final.
Gave a dogged, determined display in the Ulster final.
A monster showing as Carmen just managed to hold off Lavey to claim the Ulster crown.
Holy Trinity, Cookstown
A vital 1-4 contribution, 1-3 from play, helped Holy Trinity edge out St Paul’s in their MacRory play-off.
Once more was a real bundle of energy for the Glengormley men and got forward for a point.
Really caught the eye in the middle of the park for Lavey.
Odhran Mac Niallais
His immense composure on the ball played a massive part in a famous victory for Gaoth Dobhair.
Played his heart out and was very unlucky to be on the losing side against Gaoth Dobhair.
An all-round top display was capped off with a fine catch and finish to help the Antrim club to the Ulster Intermediate title.
Jinked here and there to help Cross start their Ulster Minor campaign with a win over Derrygonnelly.
Finished with a personal haul of 2-2 as St Colman’s brilliantly claimed the Rannafast title.
Gaoth Dobhair’s fulcrum on the edge of the square gave another mammoth performance against Scotstown.
St Patrick's, Maghera
Hit a brilliant 2-6 as Maghera defeated St Macartan’s to reach the MacCormack Cup semi-final.
Posted: 8:00 am December 7, 2018