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Team of the week – October 22

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Player
Anna Carr

Armagh ladies
Made some really brave fetches in Armagh’s Ulster Championship win over Tyrone.

Player
Paddy Burke

Antrim hurlers
One of many players who helped to minimise Kerry’s scoring threat.

Player
Clodagh McCambridge

Armagh ladies
Armagh were in red hot form against the red hands, and McCambridge was brilliant at the back.

Player
Gerard Walsh

Antrim hurlers
Gave a great account of himself as the Antrim hurlers clinched the Division 2A title.

Player
Ryan McHugh

Donegal
Won the man of the match award for an oustanding display against Tyrone.

Player
Conor Woods

Down hurlers
His deliveries from deep were top drawer as Down won the Division 2B final.

Player
Cormac Timoney

Cavan
The Cavan newcomer had an impressive personal performance even if the result didn’t go their way.

Player
Michael Murphy

Donegal
Highly influential as per usual in Donegal’s impressive victory over the Red Hands.

Player
Eoghan Campbell

Antrim hurlers
Hugely infiuential in the middle as Antrim coped really well when talisman Neil McManus went off injured.

Player
Ethan Doherty

Derry
Showed really well on his Derry senior debut as they claimed a convincing win over Longford.

Player
Eoghan Sands

Down hurlers
Led the Derry defenders a merry dance as he scored 1-2 in Down’s league final victory.

Player
Oisin O’Neill

Armagh
Clipped over some great points for Armagh, as did his brother Rian in a disappointing defeat to Roscommon.

Player
Stephen Mooney

Monaghan minor
Absolutely outstanding against Cavan. He put on a real show in the second-half and finished with 1-7 to his name.

Player
Conor McKenna

Tyrone
Showed his period of adjustment mightn’t be too long with a really promising debut performance in Ballybofey.

Player
Conor McManus

Monaghan
Sparked life into the Monaghan attack when he came on in the second-half against Kerry, scoring a couple of real gems.

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