GAA JOE Team of the weekend
The provincial finals have now been confirmed.
The weekend kicked off with a close encounter between Kilcormac-Killoughey and O'Loughlin Gaels.
The Offaly side rallied hard in an impressive second half but, trailing by seven at half-time, they had left themselves with too much to do. Still, the efforts of Charlie Mitchell and Oisin Mahon didn't go un-noticed.
Jordan Molloy, meanwhile, was best for O'Loughlin Gaels who defended very well on the afternoon.
Saturday night was just as entertaining then with Glen and Naomh Conaill going the distance in Omagh. Emmett Bradley was the late hero for his team with Cathal Mulholland and Conleth McGuckian impressive throughout.
On Sunday, Scotstown and Trillick lived up to the hype with the Monaghan side just about shading it. The efforts of Kieran Hughes and Conor McCarthy were key in a big win.
GAA JOE Team of the weekend
1 Joe Maguire (Trillick)
His pin-point kick-outs kickstarted many a Trillick attack, and led to many of their scores.
2 Michael Warnock (Glen)
Was at the centre of many of Glen's attacking moves.
3 Oisin Mahon (Kilcormac-Killoughey)
The Kilcormac defence were very impressive and Mahon led the way, both in and out of possession.
4 Cathal Mulholland (Glen)
Raided forward for two important points.
5 Jordan Molloy (O'Loughlin Gaels)
Was the outstanding player in a brilliant O'Loughlin Gaels defensive display.
6 Liam Rushe (Na Fianna)
When Na Fianna came under pressure late on, Rushe stood tall with a big catch and a number of tackles.
7 Seanie O'Donnell (Trillick)
The former under-20 All-Ireland winner scored a brilliant 1-1 in an impressive display.
8 Ciaran Thompson (Naomh Conaill)
Kicked three outstanding scores once again.
9 Simon Leacy (Naas)
Hit three points, with his direct running causing problems for Na Fianna.
10 Kieran Hughes (Scotstown)
Still has it. Scotstown hearts would have been in mouths when Hughes went down in extra-time but he bounced back up. Kicked two fine scores for his team.
11 Colin Currie (Na Fianna)
Displayed great composure to set up Na Fianna's second goal.
12 Conleth McGuckian (Glen)
A live-wire. Kicked 0-3 and never stopped running at Naomh Conaill.
13 Charlie Mitchell (Kilcormac-Killoughey)
The 19-year-old took the fight to O'Loughlin Gaels with three powerful second half points.
14 Michael Hurley (Casltehaven)
Has been in free-scoring form all year and racked up five from play again here, against Rathgormack.
15 Dylan Geaney (Dingle)
Took the game to Clonmel with five from play.
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