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Last weeks winner was Hannah Sherlock (Monaghan)
Produced three stunning saves in the first half and was unlucky to be on the losing side.
Covered every blade of grass in Omagh’s win over Trillick in the league.
An excellent showing, not only looking good against Conor McManus but contributing all over.
Accomplished at the back in Teemore’s win over Devenish.
Down’s best player gave Rory Grugan a torrid time.
Brian Og McGilligan
Did a fantastic job marking Donegal’s Danny Cullen in a tough, tough contest.
The Ulster captain was excellent in the inter-pros hitting 1-4 against Leinster around midfield.
Drove at Down time and time again and more often than not took the right option.
Jarly Og Burns
A sensational debut against Down as he dominated the skies as the game wore on.
Cavan’s win over Monaghan owed a lot to big plays from McKiernan at crucial times, especially in the second half.
Didn’t look like a man just back from injury as he brought real energy to the Monaghan performance. He was one of few.
Colin Walshe did quieten him down in the second half but the damage had already been done by that stage. Superb.
It was a real team effort as Down gained a surprise win in Wicklow, but Sands’s scoring was still crucial to the victory.
Laid down a marker in the first minute and brought class all day. It wasn’t just his shooting, his awareness and passing were great.
Kept up his recent scoring form with 0-7 against Cavan.
Posted: 8:00 am May 24, 2019