The Team of the Week after all last weeks action that included SFC, IFC, JFC and LGFA Championship games.
CAILIN TRAYNOR (SILVERBRIDGE LADIES)
Gave a solid performance between the sticks for Silverbridge this week as they edge past their rivals Crossmaglen to confirm their spot in the last four.
KIERAN MCKERNAN (MIDDLETOWN)
McKernan was part of a defence that held Eire Og to just 0-4 on Sunday as they qualified for the semi-finals of the Junior Championship.
SINEAD BURKE (ARMAGH HARPS LADIES)
As consistent performer as there is in the county, Sinead Burke gave an exhibition of defending for the Harps against Grange and constantly broke forward as well.
JAMES RICE (MULLBRACK)
Picked up An Port Mor dangerman Cormac Kieran and won the dual. Rice even bombed forward to get on the scoresheet himself.
BRAD HUGHES (AN PORT MOR)
Ran up and down the field all day long and played his part in countless turnovers as An Port Mor made their way to the last four.
DECLAN LOYE (MULLAGHBAWN)
The heartbeat of the Mullaghbawn team that caused the upset of the week, his performance was summed up by his awesome block at the end of the game.
JARLY OG BURNS (SILVERBRIDGE)
Burns constantly drove Silverbridge forward from deep, kicking the first point of both halves and setting up his sides second goal.
SHANE MCPARTLAND (CLAN NA GAEL)
The difference between the Clans and Carrickcruppen. McPartland has developed into a real leader for Clan na Gael and can score from anywhere.
FINTAN CORVAN (DERRYNOOSE)
A great display around the middle of the park for Fintan Corvan as Derrynoose claimed their place in the semi-finals. Chipped in with a goal as well.
SHEA HOEY (ST PATRICK’S)
Led Cullyhanna’s comeback charge against Ballymacnab on Saturday with five points from play all coming after the break.
CIAN MCCONVILLE (CROSSMAGLEN)
Seems to get better every season, McConville was a constant threat in the Crossmaglen forward line. His pass for their goal was simply awesome.
OISIN CUSHNAHAN (MAGHERY)
An unsung hero of this Maghery team, Oisin Cushnahan had a big part to play in their win over the Harps. Finished the game with 0-4.
AOIBHEANN SHERIDAN (ST PATRICK’S LADIES)
The 16-year-old made a huge impact in her championship debut, hitting 6-2 as Cullyhanna saw off Mullaghbawn in the IFC quarter final.
MAEVE LENNON (DERRYNOOSE LADIES)
There’s unlikely to be a higher individual scorer in a game this season. Lennon starred at full forward for Derrynoose and finished with 3-14.
SEAN MCCREESH (BELLEEK)
Kept his Belleek side ticking over from the dead ball when things were going their way but came out the field to make this happen as well. Finished as top scorer with 0-8.