Team of the Week – Week Eight

Blaine Hughes (Carrickcruppen)

Another assured performance from Hughes on the biggest day of the season. Showed no sign of nerves early on and kicked 3 huge frees.

Ryan Duffy (Crossmaglen II)

Will be disappointed in his use of the ball in the second half but fulfilled his duty of keeping Belleek dangerman Drew McVerry scoreless.

Ruairi Garvey (Culloville)

Ended up on the losing side but Garvey performed well for his side. Earned some good turnovers in a solid display.

Shane Quinn (Belleek)

One of the main reasons the St Laurence O’Toole club got over the line. Made some heroic blocks and tackles that kept the Cross attack quiet.

Laura Casey (St Peter’s)

Covered every blade of grass in a great display for St Peter’s Ladies as they opened their Ulster account with a win.

Michelle McArdle (Ballymacnab)

A demanding display from Michelle McArdle at the heart of the Ballymacnab defence that kept Madden to just 1-6.

Oisin O’Hare (Carrickcruppen)

O’Hare was detailed with the task of shadowing Niall Rowland and did so brilliantly. Picked up a silly black card but otherwise had a stormer.

Ciara Hill (Granemore)

Granemore edged past An Port Mor in the Senior semi final and Ciara Hill was instrumental in getting her side through to the final.

Jack Cunningham (Carrickcruppen)

Has had a super season for Cruppen and had a big say in their win on Sunday with some fine fetches in the middle of the field.

James McParland (Belleek)

Came into the game well in the second period when Belleek needed a link man in the half forward line and chipped in with a score.

Lorcan McParland (Carrickcruppen)

One of the hardest workers on the field. McParland never stopped bombing up and down, doing the hard work and breaking forward when in possession.

Eoin Woods (Carrickcruppen)

Cometh the hour cometh the man. Woods turned on the style when Cruppen needed scores, hitting his side’s final two points to finish with 0-4 from play.

Colm Watters (Culloville)

Made a big impact when introduced earlier than expected and was the main man up front. Kicked 0-7 (frees) to give Culloville a fighting chance.

Ellie McKee (Ballymacnab)

The Ballymacnab attacker had a stormer in her sides victory over Madden. Finished with 3-3 to see her side through to the showpiece.

Sean McCreesh (Belleek)

A Man of the Match performance from the Belleek stalwart, finishing with 0-7 from play in a brilliant all-round display.

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