Noel McGrath voted GAA.ie Hurler of the Week

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Noel McGrath has been voted GAA.ie Hurler of the Week.

The Tipperary star earned 10,259 votes on the Official GAA Instagram page with Ronan Maher second and Barry Heffernan third.


GAA.ie Hurler of the Week

1: Noel McGrath Tipperary - 10,259 votes

2: Ronan Maher Tipperary - 8,878 votes

3: Barry Heffernan Tipperary - 6,077 votes


Noel McGrath continues to deliver with style and substance for Tipperary.

The classy Loughmore-Castleiney star impressed throughout against Kilkenny carving opportunities for a splendid blue and gold attack.

Ronan Maher has carried out several important roles for Tipperary during his inter-county career.

The versatile Thurles Sarsfields player was immense frustrating Kilkenny's highly rated forward unit.

Nenagh ire g clubman Barry Heffernan made another crucial contribution at Croke Park.

Heffernan delivered when it truly counted for Liam Sheedy's outfit and played a key part in the creation of Tipperary's brilliant third goal.


Players of the Week are decided based on votes cast by followers of the Official GAA Instagram page.

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