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Team of the week – August 13

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Last weeks winner was Last week's winners were Cathal McCusker, Stephen McBrearty and James Brady ()

Player
Harry Clarke

Drumlane
His two spectacular saves helped Drumlane earn a three-point win in
the Intermediate Championship.

Player
Christopher Gallagher

Sean MacCumhail's
Gallagher had a super game at corner-back as his team got the better
of Dungloe.

Player
Neil McGarry

Loughgie
Rolled back the years with an inspired performance at full-back
against Cushendall.

Player
Sean Farry

Armagh Harps
Continues to catch the eye in Armagh, and he produced another fine
performance as the Harps dumped out St Peter’s.

Player
Neal McAuley

Ballycastle
Excellent at the back as a determined Ballycastle team held Dunloy to
a draw.

Player
Rory Brennan

Trillick
Got on with the job at hand with a seriously strong performance in
Trillick's win over Omagh.

Player
Brian O'Donnell

Kilcar
Steely in defence as Kilcar and St Eunan's played out a low-scoring
draw.

Player
Niall Grimley

Madden
The Armagh midfielder was hugely influential as Madden dumped
Ballymacnab out of the championship.

Player
Ronan McHugh

Aghyaran
Had to be slotted in somewhere for a stunning performance against
Strabane, scoring 2-11 from all angles.

Player
Connlaoth McNeill

Cushendun
Scored an amazing three goals and 19 points as he tore Loch Mór Dál
gCais to shreds

Player
Gerard Ward

Glenfin
Stood out and then some for a magnificent display against St Naul's,
scoring 1-10, 1-6 from play.

Player
Conor McCarthy

Scotstown
McCarthy's eye was in as he scored 2-7 in an easy win for Scotstown
against Carrickmacross.

Player
Seanie Johnston

Cavan Gaels
Johnston was in merciless mood as he scored 1-8 in one half of
football as Cavan Gaels demolished Mullahoran

Player
Shane McGuigan

Sleacht Néill
Somehow managed to score four points from play in the space of three
minutes as Sleacht Néill tore into Coleraine from the opening whistle.

Player
Darragh O'Callaghan

Crossmaglen
Caught the eye with an impressive debut performance as Crossmaglen put Silverbridge to the sword.

Voting will close on Monday 17th August at 10.00am

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