Jack McCarron voted GAA.ie Footballer of the Week
Monaghan’s Jack McCarron is this week’s GAA.ie Footballer of the Week.
The classy forward received 3,545 votes from the public ahead of Armagh’s Jemar Hall (3,018) and Wicklow’s Sean Furlong (2,391).
Jack McCarron (Monaghan)
Brought on as a sub after 11 minutes, Jack McCarron proved to be Monaghan’s hero as they defeated Galway after extra-time in Sunday’s Allianz Football League Division 1 relegation play-off. The skilful McCarron hit seven points, including a dramatic winner at the death that retained Monaghan’s Division 1 status.
Jemar Hall (Armagh)
Jemar Hall excelled for Armagh in their Division 1 relegation play-off against Roscommon. He scored three points, but it was his Duracell bunny work-rate throughout the game that really caught the eye.
Sean Furlong (Wicklow)
Sean Furlong was the main man for Wicklow as they produced the shock of the weekend by defeating Ulster champions Cavan in the Division 3 relegation play-off. He scored 2-3 and was a real thorn in Cavan’s side throughout the match.
Players of the Week are decided based on votes cast by followers of the Official GAA *Instagram* page.