AFTER another weekend of action, here is the latest Team of the Week…
1 ROISIN MCCAFFERTY Termon
Started in nets but ended up in full-forward and scored 1-1 in their championship semi-final win.
2 PATRICK BROOKS Glenn
Raced forward to probe holes time and time again as Glenn shocked Mayobridge. Also defender very well.
3 RORY MCCLOSKEY Loughgiel
Swept well and cut out the St John’s threat in their comfortable win.
4 OISIN SMYTH Derrygonnelly
Helped himself to 1-1 in the comfortable win over Belnaleck.
5 PADRAIC KEENAN Corduff
Direct running caused Latton problems throughout as his side reached the last four.
6 RUAIRÍ Ó MIANÁIN Sleacht Néill
Scored 0-3 and was the launchpad for so much good as Sleacht Néill’s domination continued.
7 CAOLAN DONNELLY Fintona
A bundle of energy in the JFC win over Drumquin.
8 BRENDAN ROGERS Sleacht Néill
Started in midfield, spent time in the forward line, and scored 3-2 in the county final win.
9 KATE MCALEER Cappagh
Top showing as Cappagh reached the Tyrone Intermediate final.
10 LARA DAHUNSI St Paul’s
A real driving force in the hard-fought semi-final win over Con Magee’s.
11 CAOIMHAN MCGOVERN Shannon Gaels
Helped himself to 3-4 as his side made the Cavan JFC semi-final.
12 RYAN CUNNINGHAM Killybegs
The key man as Killybegs maintained their senior status with a win over St Naul’s.
13 LIAM KERR Burren
Best player on show as Burren saw off Ballyholland to reach the last four.
14 SHEA MCNAUGHTON Derrynoose
Helped himself to a couple of goals in the championship win over Craobh Rua.
15 ULTAN KELM Erne Gaels
Unstoppable as the Belleek side breezed past Roslea.