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Kerry finished top of the pile in Division One as they cantered past Donegal on Saturday.
The visitors were very much under-strength, but still Ciaran Thompson did enough to force his way onto OurGame’s team of the week.
Donegal corner-back Stephen McMenamin also makes the side, despite being taken off early in the second half.
On the winning side of that fixture was a man who will be hoping to dislodge Paul Geaney or James O’Donoghue from the starting corner-forward slots with Kerry.
Tony Brosnan hit 0-6, including one mark, on what may be the day that Peter Keane decides to stick with the Dr Croke’s man for good.
Tom O’Sullivan and Gavin White look certain to be key men come championship, and their scoring exploits from defence earned them spots on our team.
Niall Morgan’s all-round play was enough to claim the number one jersey, while Ronan McNamee impressed in how he held Mayo’s big man, Aidan O’Shea.
Conor McKenna was named player of the week for his scoring exploits against the Heather County, nailing 2-2 but also setting up Darragh Canavan for a goal with a beautiful long ball.
Kieran McGeary and Canavan make our team, while Paul Conroy’s 0-8 in defeat against Brian Fenton’s Dublin sees him make the grade.
Paddy Durcan and Tommy Conroy — he of 1-3 against the Red Hands — represent Mayo, while Conor McManus smashed 1-8 as Monaghan drew with Meath.
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