Check out the sixth Team of the Week for 2023 after the quarter-final match ups in the Senior and Intermediate 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!
Jamie Sheridan (Madden)
Pulled off an outstanding save to halt Ballymacnab’s revival in the second half as Madden made their way to the last four.
Shea Harvey (Keady)
Harvey gave a terrific display for Simon McGeary’s team as they overcame Tir na nOg after extra time.
Ryan McQuillan (Wolfe Tones)
The 36-year-old covered every blade of grass in Maghery. McQuillan won a number of important turnovers and even kicked a point.
Sean Og Irwin (St Patrick’s)
The 2019 Club All-Star was in top form for Cullyhanna as they eased past Derrynoose and into the semi-finals.
Emma Conlon (Clonmore Ladies)
The Clonmore captain led by example as they picked up the Junior title. Conlon was named as the Player of the Match.
Phelim Savage (St Patrick’s)
Dominated the middle of the park for St Patrick’s and helped them build up a huge first half lead against Derrynoose.
Donal Rafferty (Madden)
Rafferty went toe to toe with Rory Grugan and held the Ballymacnab playmaker scoreless from play.
Tadgh Grimley (Armagh Harps)
Unfortunate to end up on the losing side but Grimley gave a mighty effort in the middle of the park.
Shane McPartlan (Clan na Gael)
This was a different sort of performance from McPartlan. His work rate around the middle was phenomenal and he chipped in with 0-3.
Ciara Carr (Granemore Ladies)
Carr led Granemore to the Intermediate title with an inspirational display. She earned the Player of the Match gong and scored 1-6.
Sarah Quigley (Clonmore Ladies)
Quigley gave an exhibition of score taking and playmaking for Clonmore as they overcame Clann Eireann IIs.
Stefan Campbell (Clan na Gael)
Campbell led the Clan na Gael charge from start to finish and was in super form as they reached the final four.
Colm Watters (Culloville)
Although Watters ended up on the losing side his drive and will to win was unwavering. Gave everything he had for the Blues.
Cian McConville (Crossmaglen)
McConville looked back to his best for the Rangers, and they wrestled clear from a tough and tight battle with the Harps.
Niamh Murray (Clann Eireann Ladies)
Murray picked up the Player of the Match award hit 1-5 as Clann Eireann retained their senior crown.