Check out the seventh Team of the Week for 2023 after action from the Hurling, Camogie, Intermediate and Junior Football 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!
Mark Lyttle (Clonmore)
Made a fantastic double save in the second half against Ballyhegan as Clonmore were mounting a comeback.
Niall Crilly (Wolfe Tones)
Crilly was a real driving force for the Tones from start to finish in their quarter-final defeat to Pearse Og.
Peter McGrane (Ballyhegan)
Tracked Sean Quigley and got the upper hand in the contest. McGrane even got up to kick a first half point.
Oscar McKeagney (Clann Eireann II)
The Clann Eireann IIs captain McKeagney showed real leadership to help his side over the line against Thomas Davis.
James Grimley (Clonmore)
Covered every blade of grass in the Athletic Grounds and Grimley left it all out on the field for his side.
Dean Gaffney (Middletown Hurlers)
Gaffney was super in a freer role than usual for Middletown as their drove for five titles in a row continues.
Cara Crilly (Ballymacnab Camogie)
Crilly worked extremely hard for the Nab in their championship final clash with rivals Granemore.
Aveen Bellew (Crossmaglen Camogie)
Bellew put in a massive shift around the middle of the field as Crossmaglen earned a draw with Derrynoose.
Shea Harvey (Keady Hurlers)
Harvey was the real difference between Keady and Derrynoose and he helped the Lamh Dhearg men reach the decider.
James French (Clann Eireann II)
Stood up to kick a couple of really important points when things were going against Clann Eireann IIs.
Shea Freeman (Pearse Og)
Freeman’s first half goal put the Ogs in the driving seat and finished the game with a personal tally of 1-2.
Sinead Quinn (Derrynoose Camogie)
Quinn ran the show for the Derrynoose camogs as their clash with Crossmaglen ended in a draw.
James McCormack (Ballyhegan)
Another brilliant performance from the Ballyhegan sharpshooter as he led Ballyhegan to the JFC final.
Ryan Courtney (Thomas Davis)
His move to full forward inspired a Thomas Davis comeback but it wasn’t enough for them to get over the line.
Rachael Merry (Granemore Camogie)
Merry’s accuracy in front of the posts was the telling difference as she led her team to back-to-back championship titles.