Check out the third Team of the Week of 2023 after the final round of the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships round robin.
Vote for the player that you think deserves to be named Player of the Week. That player will pick up an exclusive The Sideline Eye jersey, produced by Capture Athletics.
Our voting polls will close at 8pm on Wednesday, with the Player of the Week announced at 9pm. Vote below!
Blaine Hughes (Carrickcruppen)
Hughes kicked two points from open play for Carrickcruppen and also kept a clean sheet against St Paul’s.
Sam McClarnon (Clan na Gael)
McClarnon was one of standout performers for Clan na Gael as they mounted an impressive comeback against Sarsfields.
Micheal O’Shea (Clann Eireann)
Had an outstanding game at full back as league champions Clann Eireann proved much too strong for Granemore.
Malachy Savage (Clady)
Raced forward from defence to kick three points as Clady secured their place in the playoffs with a win over O’Hanlon’s.
Lee Rice (Killeavy)
Rice was an influential player for Killeavy as they overturned Ballymacnab, at home, and kicked 0-2 in the process.
Ross McQuillan (St Patrick’s)
Tullysaran simply couldn’t deal with McQuillan’s direct running style, and he chipped in with 0-2 for Cullyhanna.
Callum Murray (Pearse Og)
Murray was a real driving force from defence for the Ogs, scoring 1-3, as they lost out to Tir na nOg.
Eoin McConville (St Paul’s)
Led the line for St Paul’s as they battled their way past Carrickcruppen in the final round, scoring 0-6.
Eoin Woods (Carrickcruppen)
Woods top scored for Carrickcruppen with 0-6 and created a whole lot more in their game against St Paul’s.
Ciaran Corey (Eire Og)
Corey is the scoring chief for Eire Og and held that responsibility once again, scoring 0-6 in their win over An Port Mor.
Oisin Conaty (Tir na nOg)
Conaty once again displayed his goal scoring threat against Pearse Og as he raised two green flags and hit 2-2.
Tiarnan Murphy (Silverbridge)
Last week’s Player of the Week gave another stellar performance for Silverbridge, top scoring with 1-4.
Connor Cullen (Annaghmore)
Cullen was the top scorer across all championships last week as he rattled off 3-7 in Annaghmore’s win over Whitecross.
Eamon McGeown (Sarsfields)
Caused Clan na Gael numerous problems at full forward and rattled off a personal haul of 2-2 in that game.
Conor McNally (Derrynoose)
Led his Derrynoose team over the line against Forkhill and recorded an impressive tally of 1-9 from their final score of 4-10.