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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 Jack Harbinson (Downpatrick)

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Shaun Patton

Donegal
Made a tremendous save at the death to deny Kildare’s Chris Healy.

Player
Treasa McLaughlin

Donegal Ladies
Strong in defence as Donegal got back to winning ways with a victory over Westmeath.

Player
Patrick McCormick

Antrim
Strong at the back as the Saffrons took the spoils against Limerick.

Player
Stephen McMenamin

Donegal
The Red Hugh’s man delivered another fine display against Kildare.

Player
Michael McKernan

Tyrone
McKernan was one of the players who led Tyrone’s comeback against Galway.

Player
Eamon McGill

Derry
His 72nd minute block denied Wexford a game-winning goal.

Player
Daryl McGurran

Cavan U17s
Gave a simply awesome display as Cavan U17s ended up 16-point victors over Fermanagh.

Player
Mark Devlin

Tyrone Minors
Made a huge impact when brought on against Sligo, scoring three points.

Player
Mattie Donnelly

Tyrone
Scored a fantastic opportunist goal and four points from play against Galway.

Player
Joanne Doonan

Fermanagh Ladies
Scored a hat-trick of goals as the Erne ladies demolished Carlow by 8-16 to 0-7.

Player
Conal Cunning

Dunloy
An ever-present danger as Dunloy overcame O’Donovan Rossa in their first league match.

Player
Ryan Murray

Antrim
Murray was Antrim’s tormentor-in-chief in their closing day league win away to Limerick.

Player
Ryan Bell

Derry
Bell weighed in with nine points as Derry ended the group stages with a narrow win over Wexford.

Player
Cathal McShane

Tyrone
Makes the grade for a second week in a row after another barnstorming display, scoring four points and winning a penalty against Galway.

Player
Oisin Gallen

Donegal
The 18-year-old proved a real handful against Kildare, scoring four points in a man of the match display.

Voting will close on Monday 1st April at 10.00am

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