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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 Fionnuala Carr (Clonduff)

Player
Simon Doherty

Armagh Hurling
Kept a clean sheet and made a fine save as Armagh lost out to Roscommon.

Player
Niall Cassidy

Tir na nOg
Stood tall in defence as Tir na nOg won the Ulster Intermediate League.

Player
Michael Quinn

Tyrone Minors
Scored a crucial late point as Tyrone edged Donegal in the minor league.

Player
Colleen Patterson

Antrim Camogie
Superb in defence as Antrim gave it their all against Derry.

Player
Megan Kerr

Derry Camogie
Gave an excellent performance, controlling the play and spraying passes against Antrim.

Player
Katie Laverty

Cross and Passion, Ballycastle
Produced an absolutely brilliant performance at half-back in the All-Ireland final.

Player
Tiarna Grimes

Ulster University
Never stopped running as UU claimed the Giles Cup.

Player
Maeve Kelly

Cross and Passion, Ballycastle
Unmarkable at midfield as CPC came close to All-Ireland glory.

Player
Roisin McCormick

Cross and Passion, Ballycastle
Blasted a 25-metre free to the net to rescue a draw against St Angela’s, Waterford.

Player
Ronan Fitzpatrick

St Colman's, Newry
Gave a majestic performance as St Colman’s reached the All-Ireland Paul McGirr final.

Player
Danny Magee

Armagh
Scored eight points, six from the dead ball, as Armagh fell short in the Division 3A final.

Player
Aimee Mackin

Ulster University
The Armagh star grabbed 2-11 of her side’s overall tally as they edged Waterford IT in the Giles Cup.

Player
Grainne McGoldrick

Derry Camogie
The Derry veteran scored a hat-trick of goals to ensure they took the spoils in their league match against Antrim.

Player
Fintan Bradley

St Patrick's, Maghera
Led from the front with 2-5 as St Pat’s gave a battling performance versus St Raphael’s Loughrea in the All-Ireland semi-final.

Player
Brendan Rodgers

Derry Hurling
Added a new dimension up front when he was was introduced in the first-half against Wicklow, although Derry still lost out.

Voting will close on Monday 18th March at 10.00am

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