Our eighth team of the week this season after the camogie, ladies and hurling championship finals last weekend.
CAOLAN MCCANN (SEAN TREACY’S)
Picked up the man of the match award for Sean Treacy’s for his brilliant performance in their Junior Championship triumph.
CONOR RAFFERTY (KEADY II)
May have ended up on the losing side but Rafferty gave a good display. Picked up dangerman Danny Magee and did a superb job.
ODHRAN MCCANN (SEAN TREACY’S)
The joint-captain for Sean Treacy’s led by example and cleared an awful lot of ball away from the last line of defence.
BARRY SHORTT (KEADY)
Got forward to hit an inspiration score in the second half that summed up a really good performance. But it wasn’t enough to push Keady towards victory.
CLODAGH MCCAMBRIDGE (CLANN EIREANN)
Another stellar performance from McCambridge as she helped Clann Eireann finally shake off Carrickcruppen and land the championship title.
MICHELLE MCARDLE (BALLYMACNAB)
Gave her all for Ballymacnab on Friday night and burst forward with intent at every opportunity to try and get her side over the line.
MARIA HAUGHEY (GRANEMORE)
Cleaned up so much lose ball in the Granemore defence and once again was terrific in performing the sweeper role.
MICHAEL DORAN (SEAN TREACY’S)
The other half of Sean Treacy’s joint-captain’s Doran was excelled at centre field for the Lurgan men as they saw out a three-point win
CAITLINE MALONE (CARRICKCRUPPEN)
Worked extremely hard for Carrickcruppen in their replay against Clann Eireann but James Daly’s side just had too much in the end.
DEAN GAFFNEY (MIDDLETOWN)
Top scored for Middletown with 0-9 but his work rate was also top class. Gaffney was rewarded for his efforts with the man of the match accolade.
NIAMH HENDERSON (CLANN EIREANN)
Captain, top scorer and player of the match, Henderson had a day to remember as Clann Eireann won the Senior Championship.
THOMAS GALVIN (KEADY)
Chipped in with three points from play and was a huge reason why Keady got off to such a flying start against Middletown.
EIMEAR TRAYNOR (CULLOVILLE)
Claimed a personal haul of 1-5 against Derrynoose as Culloville won the Intermediate championship in dramatic circumstances.
SINEAD QUINN (DERRYNOOSE)
When someone from the losing team earns the player of the match award you know they’ve had a belter. Finished with 1-13 to her name
SEAN OG MCGUINNESS (MIDDLETOWN)
Dragged his team back into contention after a really tough start when Keady dominated and ended the match with a total of 0-3 to his name.