The Team of the Week is out now after all the football, camogie and hurling championship action from the weekend.
ANNA CARR (CARRICKCRUPPEN)
Pulled off several super saves to keep her team in contention and their championship hopes alive. Carr defended her square heroically throughout.
PATRICK QUINN (DERRYNOOSE)
Quinn won a number of key turnovers in the first half when Lissummon were still in the game which allowed Derrynoose to push on for championship success.
ROSS FINN (GRANEMORE)
Stood up bravely against Killeavy and led from the front, even popping up to fire over an important point in the second half.
DEARBHLA COLEMAN (CLANN EIREANN)
Coleman was a real driving force for Clann Eireann as they took on Carrickcruppen in the Senior Ladies final, but the sides couldn’t be separated.
AARON KERNAN (CROSSMAGLEN)
Aaron Kernan is still doing the business for the Rangers and was back to his best last Friday evening. Popped up for an early score and assisted Cian McConville’s final goal.
EVE LAVERY (BALLYHEGAN)
Played a crucial part in Ballyhegan’s Intermediate Championship win and finished off the game with two great goals to bring her tally to 2-4.
KIERAN DOYLE (GRANEMORE)
The Armagh county panellist was exceptional against Killeavy. Turned over an unbelievable amount of ball in the Granemore defence and drove them forward.
FIONNTAN DONNELLY (KEADY)
Keady made no mistake in seeing off Cuchulainns to book their spot in the Senior Hurling final and Donnelly led from the front all evening long.
RONAN FITZPATRICK (CROSSMAGLEN)
A real coming of age performance from young Fitzpatrick, he was in unstoppable form. Rattled off 1-2 for his team and never quit running.
LAURA CARR (GRANEMORE CAMOGIE)
Carr caught the eye in Granemore’s nine-point win over Keady with her work ethic and ability to get up and down the field for her team.
NIAMH HENDERSON (CLANN EIREANN)
Henderson played a huge part in getting Clann Eireann back into the game after they trailed by three at the break. Score 0-2 but set up so much more.
DAVID MCCREESH (DERRYNOOSE)
Picked up the man of the match award as Derrynoose claimed their first Junior title since 1973 and gave a great performance, chipping in with 0-5.
JAMIE CLARKE (CROSSMAGLEN)
What an addition Clarke has been to the Crossmaglen set up this season. Took two marks against Maghery but was so smart on and off the ball.
MAEVE LENNON (DERRYNOOSE LADIES)
Led the Derrynoose ladies to the Junior Championship crown with another fantastic display. Brought her side back into the game after they conceded three early goals and hit 3-6.
BLATHNAID HENDRON (BALLYHEGAN)
Hendron scored an incredible 4-11 as Ballyhegan Ladies breezed past Mullabrack to claim the Intermediate Championship title.