The Team of the Week is back for the sixth week in a row after football, hurling and camogie action last weekend.
Sarah Connolly (Keady Camogie)
Pulled off a number of great saves from Keady to keep a clean sheet and keep her side in the Senior Camogie Championship/
Ciaran Clifford (Cuchulainns)
Played a central role for Cuchulainns, who lived to fight another day against Keady in the Senior Hurling Championship semi final.
Maria Haughey (Granemore)
Wore the number 15 but played as a sweeper and did so to perfection. Cleaned up a number of turnovers in the Granemore defence,
Pauric Hughes (Middletown)
Raced forward to chip in with two points as Middletown pulled away from Craobh Rua to book their spot in the senior final for the 8th year running.
James King (Keady Hurling)
King gave a great performance in the Keady defence. Organised their structure and made several important turnovers throughout the game.
Greg McCabe (Shane O’Neill’s)
A commanding figure at centre half back, McCabe puts out fires everywhere in the Shane O’Neill’s defence. He even popped up with an early score.
James King (Culloville)
Caused headaches for Shane O’Neill’s with his foraying runs up the field and ended the game with a personal tally of 0-3.
Jordan Murtagh (Cuchulainns)
The main man for Cuchulainns, his accuracy from the dead ball was top class and he did so much work off the ball as well. Finished with 1-10.
Fionnan Burns (Craobh Rua)
Played a more attacking role than the number six on his back suggests, Burns was brilliant as Craobh Rua made a fast start. He set up both goals for the Camlough men.
Nathan Curry (Middletown)
Topped scored for Middletown and his two first half goals denied any hope of an upset. The 2020 club and county Hurler of the Year bagged 2-4 from play.
Ellen Lennon (Ballymacnab)
Lennon gave an exceptional display at centre half forward for Ballymacnab and claimed both of her sides goals as they saw off Cullyhanna.
Conor Corvan (Keady Hurling)
His goal 20 seconds after the half time break allowed Keady back into the game and he lead by example throughout. He hit 1-3 all from play.
Eddie Mallon (Tullysaran)
Mallon was the main reason Tullysaran made such a bright start and he kept fighting for his side last week. He kicked 0-5 on the night and assisted Kevin Corrigan’s goal.
Paul O’Rourke (Shane O’Neill’s)
O’Rourke hardly put a foot wrong on Saturday night and everything he touched seemed to turn to goal. His an outstanding soccer-style goal and ended with 2-6.
Eoin McConville (St Paul’s)
McConville smashed over some outrageous scores that helped the Lurgan men through to the Intermediate decider. Top scored on the night with 0-5.