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Last weeks winner was Niamh Donnelly (Ballycastle)
Made a number of crucial saves as Dunloy battled their way into the Antrim senior hurling final.
Won a mountain of ball against a one-dimensional Longstone.
Solid as a rock as Lavey qualified for the Derry Camogie senior semi-final.
Excellent at the back for the second game running in Greencastle’s low-scoring win over Gortin.
His raiding runs caused Burren no end of problems in their drawn quarter-final.
Did very well in his head-to-head battle with Padraig Faulkner.
Absolutely magnificent in Clonduff’s win over Carryduff.
Instrumental as always in Slaughtneil’s easy win over Lavey.
A tally of 1-3 made a big difference in Kevin Lynch’s Derry Championship semi-final win over Ballinascreen.
Sands’s personal contribution of 2-2 sent Glenn on their way to victory over Liatroim.
Starred in the second-half and extra time as Grange dumped out favourites Mullaghbawn.
A constant thorn in the Brocagh defense, Donaghy finished his day’s work with eight points.
Scored 13 points in a remarkable exhibition of free-taking as St John’s played out a dramatic draw with Cushendall.
A scoring threat throughout in the Bridge’s dramatic win over Sarsfields in the quarter-final play-off.
Graham hit 4-4 as Ahoghill won the Antrim Junior title for the first time in 25 years.
Posted: 8:00 am September 20, 2019