20 Mar 2016

Team of the Week - Sun 20th March

Week 2 of our team of the week feature selected from all Derry GAA players.

All codes, all ages playing for club, school or county.

  1. Aaron McGuiness – The young Faughanvale ‘keeper put in a great performance in their James O’Hagan Cup clash with Ballerin.
  1. Liam  Millar – Drum had an impressive defensive display against Sean Dolan’s and Liam Millar played liked a veteran at full back.
  2. Fergal McIlvar - Held Dungannon MacRory star Cormac O'Hagan  scoreless from play in Sunday's Ulster league win over Coalisland.  His interception and pass setup Glenullin's late equaliser.
  3. Keelan Feeney – Tasked with marking Bessbrook dangerman Liam Kerr the versatile Slaughtneil man held him to one score from play and limited the Armagh side’s attacking threat
  4. Conor McCloskey – The tight-marking defender had a great game in defence for Derry minors against Tyrone on Saturday and on Sunday starred at midfield for Rossa minors.
  5. Willie McGilligan – The Ballerin midfielder made some great catches in last week’s win over Faughanvale.
  6. Oisin McCloskey – The Banagher man put in a big shift around the middle against Kildare in Sunday’s NHL game and finished with 1-1.
  7. Patrick Kearney – Provided the bullets for Maghera’s dangerous attack in the MacRory Final and caught his fair share of kickouts as well.
  8. Larry Kielt – Kilrea had great win over Bellaghy on Sunday and Larry Kielt was pulling the strings from midfield with catches and scores.
  9. Ronan Young – The dangerous Magherafelt forward scored a staggering 5-5 as they beat Newbridge on Sunday.
  10. Paddy Bradley – The Glenullin talisman scored 0-7 including the late winner in Sunday’s Ulster League final where he led the line to perfection.
  11. Kevin O'Connor – In a high-scoring encounter with Craigbane O’Connor scored 1-11 as Foreglen advanced to the next round of the Kerlin Cup.
  12. Niall Toner – The pacy inside forward scored 0-2 setup Derry’s two second half goals as they went down to Donegal in the U21 championship.
  13. Shane McGuigan – The Slaughtneil man bagged 2-4 from play for St Pat's Maghera in a ruthless display of finishing, including a goal with this weaker right foot.
  14. Francis Kearney – His early point settled Maghera and he went on to score a goal and set up another three as Maghera tore the Bessbrook defence to pieces.

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