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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 Jason Miney (Cornafean)

Player
Benny Gallen

Tyrone
Had a very promising Tyrone championship debut with some excellent kick-outs.

Player
Katie McAleese

Antrim Camogie
The Antrim skipper never gave up in their defeat to Dublin.

Player
Michael Montgomery

St Patrick's
The full-back scored a massive second-half point as St Patrick’s claimed the Erne Cup final.

Player
Conor O'Donnell

St Eunan's
Slotted in for an absolutely outstanding performance against Naomh Conaill.

Player
Aoife Ni Chaiside

Derry Camogie
Worked hard in the Derry defence as they clinched a one-point win over Tipperary.

Player
Daire O Baoill

Donegal
One of the few Donegal players to play to their potential.

Player
Kevin Bouchier

Arva
His late free secured a draw for Arva against Cuchulainn’s.

Player
Richie Donnelly

Tyrone
Barring a few wayward efforts he played well against Dublin, hitting two nice points and setting up a few points.

Player
Paula O'Hagan

Down Camogie
The dominant figure in the middle third as the Down camogs continue to soar in this year’s championship.

Player
Michael Murphy

Donegal
Guilty of some wayward shooting but never gave up the ghost on a day to forget for Donegal.

Player
Maeve Mallon

Tyrone
Scored two goals but it wasn’t enough as Tyrone felt the wrath of the Rebelettes on Saturday.

Player
Catherine McGourty

Down Camogie
Scored three goals in Down’s comprehensive victory over Wexford to book their place in the last four of the championship.

Player
Sean Og Lawlor

Belturbet
His late goal snatched victory over Bailieborough as Belturbet made it two from two.

Player
Niamh Mallon

Down Camogie
Scored an absolutely ridiculous 3-18, 3-13 from play, as the Down camogs qualified for the semi-finals of the Intermediate championship.

Player
Connor McAliskey

Tyrone
Reminded Mickey Harte of what he can do with an eye-catching performance against Dublin on Sunday.

Voting will close on Monday 12th August at 10.00am

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