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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 Patrick Lynch (Cavan U20s)

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Caoimhe Duffin

Antrim Camogie
The Glenravel forward went between the posts to inspire Antrim to victory over Kildare.

Player
Rory Brennan

Tyrone
Gave an exhibition of man-marking, getting the better of Cian Mackey.

Player
Conor Quinn

Tyrone U20s
Kept Cavan dangerman Patrick Lynch quiet in a polished defensive display.

Player
Conor McAleer

Enniskillen Gaels
Showed well in defence in the Gaels’ win over St Patrick’s.

Player
Declan Cassidy

Derry U20s
A personal tally of 1-2 made all the difference against Fermanagh.

Player
Kieran McGeary

Tyrone
Got on the ball time and time again in a dynamic display against Cavan.

Player
Mark McKearney

Tyrone U20s
Got through a trojan amount of work as Tyrone qualified for the Ulster final.

Player
Grainne McNicholl

Derry Camogie
2-5 from midfield proved crucial as Derry overcame Wexford.

Player
Colm Cavanagh

Tyrone
Forced umpteen turnovers against Cavan and also got forward to score a point.

Player
Cameron McBrien

Fermanagh U20s
The Fermanagh captain but in one hell of a shift in a tense Ulster Championship semi-final against Derry ending in narrow defeat.

Player
Ethan Harkin

Gaoth Dobhair
The Gaoth Dobhair newcomer scored four points from play in their one-point win over St Michael’s.

Player
Katie McAleese

Antrim Camogie
The Saffrons captain scored 1-7 in their victory against Kildare before heading off on her honeymoon.

Player
Conleth McShane

Derry U20s
Got three vital scores and had a hand in a number of others as Derry u-20s qualified for the Ulster final.

Player
Cathal McShane

Tyrone
Gave another explosive performance on the edge of the square, scoring five points including back-to-back efforts from play.

Player
Niamh Mallon

Down Camogie
Mallon weighed in with a fantastic 1-11 from play in Down’s win over Carlow.

Voting will close on Monday 15th July at 10.00am

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