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Team of the week – September 17

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Last weeks winner was Domhnall Nugent (St John's)

Player
Mark Hynes

Carryduff
Hynes made two super saves as Carryduff won a pulsating semi-final.

Player
Sinead Burke

Armagh Harps
Sinead did an excellent marking job on Carrickcruppen ace Caroline O’Hanlon.

Player
Tiarnan Daly

Derrygonnelly Harps
Did really well at the back as the Harps qualified for yet another final.

Player
Shea Cassidy`

Sleacht Néill
Only a youngster but played brilliantly against Kevin Lynch’s.

Player
Stephen Cusack

Maghery
Three points from play says it all about Cusack’s performance against Crossmaglen.

Player
Sean McNally

Brackaville
Never stopped running in a fantastic comeback victory over Clann na nGael.

Player
Ryan McHugh

Kilcar
Right at the top of his game in Kilcar’s semi-final win.

Player
Paul Shiels

Dunloy
Gave an exhibition of top-class hurling despite carrying an injury in Sunday’s victory over Loughgiel.

Player
Ciaran Thompson

Naomh Conaill
Came off the bench to lead his side to victory in an extra-time win over St Eunan’s.

Player
Ella Rose Sainsbury

Steelstown
Deservedly picked up the player of the match award after Steelstown won the Derry senior ladies title.

Player
Keelan Molloy

Dunloy
Loughgiel had no answer to Molloy’s wizardry. Finished his afternoon’s work with five points from play.

Player
Fergal Rafter

Castleblayney
His shooting was on point as ‘Blayney won their fourth Monaghan SHC title in-a-row.

Player
Ryan Johnston

Kilcoo
One of a whole host of Kilcoo players who were outstanding as they flexed their muscles against Warrenpoint.

Player
Aidan Forker

Maghery
Plays in defence for his county, but gave a superb exhibition of full-forward play aganist Crossmaglen.

Player
Sean Og Grogan

Eire Og Carrickmore
Scored two sublime goals and set up in another on a memorable day for the Eire Og’s.

The poll closes at 4pm on Monday 21st September

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