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Last weeks winner was Niamh Mallon (Down Camogie)
Couldn’t be faulted for Armagh’s defeat as Carr pulled off a series of fine saves.
Excellent at the back in Dunloy’s one point win over Cushendall.
Made two crucial blocks in Ardara’s important league victory over St Naul’s.
An energetic display at the back propelled Clogher to a win over their rivals Augher.
The experienced defender held Liatroim’s challenge together and also hit two points.
Slotted in for a very influential display for Derrygonnelly against Devenish.
Gave a lion-hearted display in Loughgiel’s win over St John’s.
His 64th minute free snatched a draw against Castlerahan.
Followed up a ridiculous 3-18 for Down with 1-15 for her club against An Riocht in the championship.
Simply phenomenal in Belnaleck’s shock win over Ederney, pitching in with a haul of 2-5.
Must surely now be on Paddy Tally’s radar after grabbing an amazing four goals against Saval.
Struck for two goals and two points as Middletown claimed the Cardinal MacRory Cup with a win over rivals Keady.
Goals win games and Smith’s two majors were crucial in their impressive win over Ramor.
Had a good goal chance saved but was excellent in the Bridge’s win over Burren. Super outlet and barely wasted a ball.
Tyrone’s best player against Kerry, and Tyrone’s best player all year. Surely a shoo-in for an All-Star after another powerful display.
Posted: 8:00 am August 16, 2019