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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 Shane Tynan (Drumloman Gaels)

Player
Lorcan Quinn

Tyrone U20s
Made a fine save and kept a clean sheet in Tyrone’s stirring win over Mayo.

Player
Conor Moynagh

Cavan
Gave an energetic display against Armagh and got forward for a stylish point.

Player
Jarlath Kerr

Tyrone Hurling
A rock in the Tyrone full-back line in their nervy win over Louth.

Player
Karen McMullan

Down Camogie
Tenacious personified at the back as Down retained the Ulster title.

Player
Mattie Donnelly

Antrim Hurling
Gave a lionhearted display in Antrim’s famous win over Offaly.

Player
Fionnuala Carr

Down Camogie
Won the player of the match award in Down’s Ulster final victory.

Player
Aidan Forker

Armagh
Not too many men have blotted out Martin Reilly, but Forker did just that in Sunday’s semi-final.

Player
Neil McManus

Antrim
Magnificent as usual as the Antrim hurlers scored an unforgettable win over Offaly.

Player
Jarlath Og Burns

Armagh
Burns has all the makings of a top-class midfielder and was outstanding both in the middle and on the attack against Cavan.

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Keelan Molloy

Antrim Hurling
Molloy has talent in spades and scored two coolly taken goals in Antrim’s breathtaking win over Offaly.

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Dara McVeety

Cavan
McVeety was at his very best in a thrilling drawn encounter with Armagh.

Player
Dean Gaffney

Armagh Hurling
Top scored with 12 points as Armagh booked their place in the Nicky Rackard semi-finals.

Player
Cian Mackey

Cavan
Mackey saved Cavan’s bacon with a succession of equalising points against Armagh.

Player
Niamh Mallon

Down Camogie
Top scored in the Ulster final for the second year in a row, leading the fight in Down’s victory over Antrim.

Player
Daithi Sands

Down Hurling
Hit a phenomenal 3-3 as Down tore the Donegal to shreds to qualify for the Christy Ring Cup semi-finals.

Voting will close on Monday 10th June at 10.00am

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