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Team of the week August 24

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Last weeks winner was Conor McCarthy (Scotstown)

Player
Gairaid Clarke

Rostrevor
The Reds player was parachuted into nets recently and pulled off a couple of super saves, including one from a penalty, as they defeated Downpatrick.

Player
Conor Quinn

Galbally
The Pearses narrowly lost to reigning champions Trillick, and Quinn can be particularly proud of his own personal performance.

Player
Peter Teague

Dromore
Popped up everywhere in an absolutely inspirational performance against Omagh. Kicked a couple of fine points as well.

Player
Paddy Murdock

Warrenpoint
His return was a massive boost as he played a big role in 'Point's win over Burren.

Player
Gerard Walsh

Rossa
Walsh gave a lion-hearted display against Dunloy

Player
Ronan Molloy

Dunloy
It changed the game when he was moved onto Rossa's James Conway as both sides played out a thrilling draw.

Player
Peter McEniff

St Eunan's
Brought real energy to St Eunan's winning performance against Killybegs, driving up and down the wings and scoring three points.

Player
Aisling Walls

Killygarry
Walls is a rising star on the Cavan ladies scene and she scored 2-11 for Killygarry in the opening round of the championship.

Player
Ciaran Thompson

Naomh Conaill
Makes our team of the week for the second time in a month after what was an ominously good display all-round against Termon.

Player
Joe Sheridan

Madden
The youngster hit both goals as Madden came ever so close to reaching the Armagh semi-finals. They would lose out on penalties, but Sheridan is another reminder of the outstanding talent coming through.

Player
Caroline O'Hanlon

Carrickcruppen
What a performance – O'Hanlon scored six goals, including a hat-trick within the first 90 seconds, against Dromahill.

Player
Aimee Mackin

Shane O'Neill's
Scored an almost unbelievable 8-1 in her side's facile victory over Crossmaglen in the quarter-finals of the Armagh senior championship.

Player
Oisin O'Neill

Crossmaglen
O'Neill was in exceptional form as Crossmaglen powered past Killeavy into the semi-finals, scoring 1-4 from play.

Player
Michael Conroy

Moy
Desperately unfortunate to be on the losing team after kicking 13 points against Derrylaughan – despite carrying an injury, at that.

Player
James McNaughton

Loughgiel Shamrocks
Not only did he finish with a tally of 13 points in an easy win over St Gall's, bit only six of those scores were from frees.

Voting will close on Wednesday 26th August at noon

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