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GAA.ie Hurler of the Week nominations
All Ireland champions Tipperary earned a third straight Allianz League Division 1A win over Clare.
Kilkenny also posted their first victory of the campaign, while Waterford overcame a spirited Dublin at Croke Park on Saturday.
The nominations for this week's Hurler of the Week are John McGrath Tipperary, Stephen Bennett Waterford, and Richie Hogan Kilkenny.
The voting process is simple: retweet the image of your chosen player on the GAA's official Twitter account officialgaa or like their image on the GAA's officialFacebookandInstagrampages. Voting will close at 10am on Tuesday, March 7 and the winner will be announced on GAA.ie.
Hurler of the Week nominations
John McGrath Tipperary
John McGrath maintained his efficient early season form with another accomplished attacking display at Semple Stadium.
McGrath's 0-10 haul was instrumental for Tipperary, who fended off Clare's challenge in Thurles.
The Loughmore-Castleiney forward struck five points from play as Tipperary flashed out a reminder of their considerable class.
Stephen Bennett Waterford
Following a disappointing loss to Tipperary, Waterford hit Croke Park intent on earning a win.
Dublin were gritty and resilient, but the match was ultimately decided by Stephen Bennett's opportunism.
Bennett registered 2-2 for Derek McGrath's team, who were content to leave the Jones Road venue armed with two Allianz League Division 1A points.
Richie Hogan Kilkenny
Losses to Waterford and Clare ensured Kilkenny were a team on a mission at Nowlan Park on Sunday.
The gifted Richie Hogan provided the inspiration with five points from play highlighting his ability.
Kilkenny were under duress to claim a victory, but Hogan was assured throughout for Brian Cody's charges.
The voting process is simple: retweet the image of your chosen player on the GAA's official Twitter account officialgaa or like their image on the GAA's official Facebook and Instagram pages. Voting will close at 10am on Tuesday, March 7and the winner will be announced on GAA.ie.