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 Tierna Maguire (Ballymacnab)
A couple of really important saves proved crucial as the Monaghan side edged out Termon.
The Slaughtneil defence completely shut down Middletown and McKaigue played a big part in that.
On a historic day for Tyrone hurling, McNally was outstanding in their victory over Keady.
Big performance in the replay ahead of last night’s third outing.
Got forward for a couple of scores as Coleraine made light work of Inniskeen in the Junior semi.
A couple of key scores as St Enda’s edged out Bredagh.
Started slowly but took control of the final as the game progressed and grabbed the winning goal.
The forward-thinking midfielder had a horse of a game against Gort na Mona and tagged on a few points.
Star showing as the Antrim champions made it through to the final after easing past Ballycran.
May have been on the losing side but once against delivered a tour de force performance as Termon just missed out on glory.
A brilliant scoring display saw St Paul’s claim Intermediate honours at the expense of Kinawley.
Continued her incredible scoring form with 3-8 as Edendork hammered Naomh Muire in the Ulster Junior final.
constantly doesn’t mean we can’t still be impressed. A dozen scores against Keady in Newry.
His movement was superb as Dunloy took apart Ballycran’s challenge to secure a final spot.
Not the result Doonan wanted as she heads to Australia, but what a performance in the Ulster final loss to St Paul’s.
Posted: 8:00 am November 1, 2019