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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 Josh McGeough (Carryduff)

Player
Rory Burns

Down
Kept up his fine start to the season with a penalty save against Longford - his second in a row.

Player
Antoin Fox

Omagh CBS
Omagh may have been pegged back late on but Fox was superb at the back against St Pat’s, Armagh.

Player
Aaron McKay

Armagh
Excellent in defence as Armagh finally got their first win as they had six points to spare against Tipp’.

Player
Phelim Duffin

Antrim
Caught the eye as Antrim powered past Mayo.

Player
Francis McBrien

Fermanagh Hurlers
Brilliant showing as Fermanagh beat Leitrim to record their first win in 673 days.

Player
Megan Kerr

Derry Camogie
The returning Derry player controlled things at the back against Laois.

Player
Ciaran Corrigan

Fermanagh
A stellar performance saw Corrigan notch four points from play as Fermanagh surprised Donegal.

Player
Brandon Horan

St Michael's, Enniskillen
Some super fielding helped his side into the MacRory final.

Player
Geraldine McLaughlin

Donegal Ladies
Scored seven points but was also superb defensively as Donegal eased past Monaghan.

Player
Martin Reilly

Cavan
Cavan's 'Mr Consistent' produced another top display as the Breffni men crushed Roscommon.

Player
Tiarnan Murphy

St Mary's Hurlers
Was in fine goal-scoring form as St Mary’s claimed the Fergal Maher last season and was MOTM in this year’s final as they retained the trophy with a victory over Marino.

Player
Meabh McCurdy

Antrim Ladies
Managed a first-half hat-trick as Antrim destroyed Kilkenny in Division Four.

Player
Donal O'Hare

Down
A hat-trick against Longford is another reminder of just how dangerous the Burren player is.

Player
Peter Harte

Tyrone
Always has high expectations to meet but certainly did that against Monaghan.

Player
Catherine McGourty

Down Camogie
Two decades after making her debut, McGourty chipped in with 1-5 to help Down to their first league win in two years as they got past Carlow.

Voting will close on Monday 4th March at 10.00am

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