Check out our fourth edition of Team of the Week following another exciting weekend of championship action.
PAURIC MCGLONE (TULLYSARAN)
Pulled off two brilliant, point blank saves to deny Belleek game winning goals and helped send his Tullysaran side through to the last four.
GREG MCCABE (SHANE O’NEILL’S)
Won his personal dual with St Peter’s dangerman Niall McConville and always looked threatening when breaking up the pitch.
AIDEEN FARRELL (DERRYNOOSE)
Farrell had an excellent game in the Derrynoose defence as they saw off St Brigid’s to book their spot in the Intermediate Camogie final.
SEAN FINNEGAN (BELLEEK)
Picked up Tullysaran dangerman Eddie Mallon and just came out on top and gave his Belleek side a really strong fighting chance.
JAMES MADDEN (TULLYSARAN)
Breaks forward at serious pace and is a deadly weapon for Tullysaran on the counterattack. Popped up with his customary point as well.
JONATHAN MCCARRON (WOLFE TONES)
Held the centre brilliantly for Wolfe Tones and read the game to perfection. Dealt with numerous long balls fired into the square and gave a real leaders performance.
CONOR MCKEVITT (BELLEEK)
McKevitt had a magnificent campaign with Belleek this season. Always full of running, McKevitt fired over 0-2 on Sunday.
CIARAN MACKIN (SHANE O’NEILL’S)
Broke every St Peter’s kick out and didn’t let the Lurgan men get a foothold around the middle. Drove forward at each opportunity and raised a white flag.
ANDREW MURNIN (ST PAUL’S)
Perhaps not his best ever game, but Murnin’s class made all the difference on Friday night. He popped up with the game-winning goal to send St Paul’s to the semis.
FERGAL KIERAN (CULLOVILLE)
Not known for his scoring exploits but Kieran was on fire against Collegeland. Work tremendously hard and knocked over four first half points when the game was still a contest.
GAVIN CONLON (TULLYSARAN)
Top scored for Tullysaran and hit the game winning as he finished with 1-3 but his work rate and willingness to get back also helped him stand out.
KATIE COMISKEY (NAOMH MHUIRE)
Done the majority of the scoring for Naomh Mhuire as they crashed out of the Camogie championship at the hands of Keady.
EIMEAR SMYTH (BALLYMACNAB)
Smyth rattled off a hat trick as defending champions Ballymacnab opened their campaign with a win over Crossmaglen.
TALAHIA WHITE (KEADY)
Finished as her sides top scorer with 0-8 of Keady’s 1-18 to see off Naomh Mhuire and book their place in the last four of the Camogie championship.
JARLY OG BURNS (CRAOBH RUA)
Included in last weeks Team of the Week, Burns was the main man up front for Craobh Rua as they overcame Derrynoose. Scored 1-1 and won several scoreable frees in the forward line.