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Team of the week – June 17

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Last weeks winner was n/a (n/a)

Player
Rory Burns

Down
The Mourne county goalkeeper made a string of saves against Laois as Down maintained Division Two status.

Player
Chrissy McKaigue

Derry
The Derry man played a big part as the Oak Leafers limited Limerick to eight points from play.

Player
Gerard Walsh

Antrim hurlers
Laois’s Ross King only scored one point from play. Walsh had a solid game for Antrim in their win over Laois.

Player
Aislinn Harvey

Armagh camogs
Harvey made up part of the Armagh half-back line that kept tabs on Carlow’s fierce attack.

Player
Louise Toner

Armagh camogs
Toner turned over a number of important possessions against Carlow.

Player
Aaron McKay

Armagh
Helped to control the Roscommon attack, which only scored 0-11.

Player
Caolan Mooney

Down
Plenty of positive play from Mooney yielded two points and a number of assists against Laois.

Player
Niall Kearns

Monaghan
The big Monaghan midfielder caught some crucial  possessions during their win over Galway.

Player
Niall McKeever

Antrim
He made some important passes during Antrim’s win over Waterford that earned promotion to Division Three.

Player
Ciaran McFaul

Derry
McFaul had an attacking role to play in their win over Limerick and he scored a point and set up a few as well.

Player
Rian O’Neill

Armagh
The Armagh forward scored five points, including three from play, as they beat Roscommon.

Player
Barry O’Hagan

Down
Down beat Laois to secure their Division Two status and O’Hagan scored 1-9, including nine frees.

Player
Caitrín Dobbin

Antrim
She scored Antrim’s winner against Meath which earned their place in the league  final.

Player
Karen Guthrie

Donegal ladies
Guthrie scored 2-3 however Donegal lost to Cork by three points.

Player
Jack McCarron

Monaghan
It was his score seven minutes into injury time at the end of extra-time that made certain of their win over Galway. Scored seven having started the game on the bench.

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