HS Football team of the week

11 February 2013

The hoganstand.com team of the week.
Who produced the goods for their teams in the weekend's National Football League action? It's Team of the Week time at hoganstand.com.

1. Stephen Enright (Waterford)

The Deise County's netminder kept a clean sheet as they continued their winning ways in Division 4 against Tipperary.

2. Justin McMahon (Tyrone)

Was a commanding presence in the Red Hand County's defence when they scored a dramatic late victory in Castlebar.

3. Neil McGee (Donegal)

Another rock solid performance from the All Star full-back as All-Ireland champions Donegal opened their league account against Down.

4. Peter Kelly (Kildare)

The Kildare defence came out on top in their battle with Cork's attacking unit.

5. Chrissy McKaigue (Derry)

Curbed the influence of Laois' Padraig Clancy in the second half of the Celtic Park clash.

6. Ger Brennan (Dublin)

Dublin's number 6 was a dominant figure as Kerry eased to a surprisingly comfortable victory over Kerry.

7. Ciaran Lenehan (Meath)

Lenehan got forward on a number of occasions to support his forward division as Meath finished with eight points to spare over Wicklow.

8. Bobby O'Brien (Limerick)

The Shannonsiders' midfielder played a big part in their second half revival against Offaly.

9. PJ McCloskey (Derry)

The Banagher man was head and shoulders the best midfielder on view in Celtic Park.

10. Mark McKeever (Cavan)

Produced an energetic display as Cavan upset the odds to beat neighbours Monaghan by eight points.

11. Padraig O'Neill (Kildare)

O'Neill lined out at midfield for Kildare and rarely put a foot wrong as the Lilywhites got the better of holders Cork.

12. Kieran Martin (Westmeath)

Dessie Dolan captured the headlines for his decisive goal against neighbours Longford but Martin set the ball rolling.

13. Sean Quigley (Fermanagh)

Quigley helped himself to seven points as Peter Canavan's side made it two wins from as many outings against Roscommon.

14. David Tubridy (Clare)

Five points was a healthy return for Tubridy against Leitrim.

15. Bernard Brogan (Dublin)

The former Footballer of the Year made life very difficult for Kerry's Marc O Se and sent over seven points.