AFTER another weekend of championship action, here is the latest Gaelic Life team of the week…
1 KEVIN CAMPBELL Setanta
A fine showing between the sticks as Setanta went back-to-back in Ulster.
2 PADDY BURKE Cushendall
After a slow start, he reached his usual heights to help the ‘Dall to Ulster glory.
3 LIAM GILLAN Cushendall
Effectively completed a number of man-marking jobs to help shut down the Sleacht Néill attack.
4 LEE RICE Killeavy
Grew into the game brilliantly as Killeavy won a first Armagh u-21 crown since 1997.
5 BERNARD LAFFERTY Setanta
Composure was crucial as the Donegal outfit triumphed.
6 Gráinne McWilliams Granemore
Brilliant at the heart of the defence as the Orchard side booked an All-Ireland final spot.
7 RYAN MCCAMBRIDE Cushendall
Was involved in so many plays in a really massive display in Newry.
8 Meehaul McGrath Sleacht Néill
Gave everything to the Sleacht Néill cause, but it wasn’t enough.
9 AIDAN KELLY Éire Óg
Superb after his introduction just before the break. Couldn’t have done much more.
10 ED MCQUILLAN Cushendall
Player of the Match in an Ulster final, no mean feat. Scored four from play.
11 THOMAS HUGHES Castleblayney
Grabbed a hat-trick as ‘Blayney pulled off a remarkable comeback in England.
12 CAITRÍN DOBBIN Loughgiel
Brought a touch of class to proceedings as always, but Loughgiel ran out of road in the All-Ireland semi-final.
13 FIADHNA LOUGHRAN Granemore
The youngster’s two goals were crucial in their semi-final win.
14 GERARD GILMORE Setanta
In a rich vein of form, and that continued in the Ulster final win.
15 LAUREN MCCONVILLE Crossmaglen
What a talent. Scored 4-3 for the Rangers in their All-Ireland semi-final success.