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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

Last weeks winner was Katie Laverty (Cross and Passion)

Player
Raymond Galligan

Cavan
Another top class performance as Cavan were edged by Galway.

Player
Connaire Mackin

Armagh
Performed well and was unlucky to hit the crossbar after a blistering shot on goal.

Player
Brendan McCole

Donegal
Had a fine game on highly rated Clare attacking Keelan Sexton.

Player
Dermot Begley

Tyrone Hurler
A rock at the back as Tyrone hurlers accounted for Lancashire.

Player
Eilis Ni Chaiside

Slaughtneil
Defended heroically as Slaughtneil reached yet another All-Ireland final.

Player
Paula O'Hagan

Clonduff
O’Hagan was highly infuential as Clonduff reached the All-Ireland final.

Player
Marty Johnston

Antrim
Gave an outstanding performance in a one-point defeat to Derry.

Player
Shannon Graham

Slaughtneil
Scored a point in each half in another tour de force performance from the Slaughtneil midfielder.

Player
Jason McGee

Donegal
Came up with some big plays in the middle of the field as Donegal got their league off to a winning start with a win over Clare.

Player
Dylan McKenna

Armagh Hurling
McKenna scored two goals on an easy afternoon for the Armagh hurlers against Monaghan.

Player
Padraig Cassidy

Derry
Landed the winning score in a one-point victory for Derry as they edged Antrim.

Player
Cormac O'Doherty

Derry Hurling
Scored nine points, seven from frees, and helped pull the strings up front as Derry edged Down.

Player
Stephen O'Hanlon

Monaghan
Wreaked havoc when introduced against Dublin and scored an eye-catching goal. A dream debut.

Player
James McNaughton

Antrim Hurling
His eye was in against Kerry, scoring 12 points in an exciting league clash which they lost by two points.

Player
Jack McCarron

Monaghan
Delivered a tenacious performance on home turf as Monaghan clinched a spectacular win over Dublin.

Voting will close on Monday 4th February at 10.00am

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