Check out the fourth Team of the Week of 2023 after the playoff round of the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships.
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!
Rory Craven (Belleek)
Pulled off to fine saves and could do nothing with the goal he did concede in Belleek’s defeat to Culloville.
Jack Lavery (Clan na Gael)
Had a solid showing as Clans overcame Dromintee and starred for the minors as they captured the championship title.
Paul Duffy (Pearse Og)
Pulled the strings from his sweeper position for the Ogs as they reached the last eight of the Intermediate Championship.
Liam Knox (Eire Og)
Was fighting against the currant for much of Eire Og’s tie with St Michael’s but put in a real solid shift.
Oisin McGivern (Ballymacnab)
Another great performance in the Nab defence, McGivern was on hand to clean up any break balls from Sarsfields route one tactic.
Mark Lennon (Derrynoose)
Lennon was immense around the middle of the park as Derrynoose upset the odds to defeat Tullysaran.
Ryan McShane (Armagh Harps)
McShane was the main man for the Harps and caused St Peter’s untold trouble. He played everywhere and finished with 1-2.
Aidan Davidson (St Michael’s)
The game winner for Newtown, Davidson drove St Michael’s to victory over Eire Og scoring 1-4 and contributing a lot more.
Kieran Toner (Granemore)
Toner was a real driving force for Granemore’s comeback against Silverbridge and gave an outstanding display.
James O’Hara (Keady)
O’Hara put in another incredible performance in front of the posts, scoring 0-10, as Keady qualified for the last eight.
Austin McKenna (An Port Mor)
McKenna was everyone around the centre of the field as An Port Mor cause the shock of the weekend, beating Collegeland.
Tiarnan Murphy (Silverbridge)
Murphy’s third inclusion on the Team of the Week. He once again top scored for Silverbridge with a haul of 2-2.
James McCormack (Ballyhegan)
McCormack has been in a brilliant run of form lately and once again finished top scorer for Ballyhegan with 1-7.
Colm Watters (Culloville)
Watters gave a masterclass in forward play against Belleek, setting up a number of chances and taking a few himself.
Caolan Laverty (Killeavy II)
Killeavy IIs qualified for the JFC quarter-finals and Laverty was the main man up front, hitting 1-4.