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 Padraig Clancy (St Colman's)
Bad kick-out for the Naas goal but made up for it with a fine stop to deny Tony O’Connor.
Solid as a rock at the back and made some great bursts forward - especially in the first half.
Defended well and got up the field for a point as Ramor blew away Cootehil Celtic.
Top showing as he held Benny Heron scoreless in Glen’s win over Ballinascreen.
Got forward for a crucial score as Antrim earned a vital win v Carlow.
Simply immense and grabbed a goal as Errigal steam-rolled Eglish.
Impressive all over the pitch as Armagh Harps earned a good win in Crossmaglen.
A real presence in the Enniskillen side and also coped very well when clearing some high balls.
Nearly everything went right for Gibbons as he scored 0-11, including half a dozen points from play, as St Eunan’s got the better of MacCumhaill’s.
Scores, graft, intensity - Glynn brought the best of qualities to Croke Park on a famous day for the Fermanagh school.
Produced an excellent performance as the Armagh school won the All-Ireland Junior A title.
Hit five points in difficult conditions as the ‘Bridge won in Ballyholland.
Top-scored with eight points and had a hand in so many more as Tyrone recorded a brilliant three-point win over Kerry.
Scored his entire team’s total - 0-13 - as the Shamrocks drew with Devenish.
The free-taker had his eye in as he scored four points in his side’s fine win in Omagh.
Posted: 8:00 am April 12, 2019