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VOTE | Dundalk Democrat Sports Person of the Week

DECLAN TOAL (NE RUNNERS O50s)

27%

STEPHEN O'DONNELL (DUNDALK FC)

23%

JONATHON COMMINS (ARDEE, ST. MARY'S MINORS)

20%

CIAN WALSH (ROCK CELTIC U13)

20%

CONOR HEALY (NAOMH MÁIRTÍN)

4%

ROSS NALLY (NEWTOWN BLUES)

3%

FEIDHELM JOYCE (GERALDINES MINORS)

1%

SEÁN BAILEY (REDEEMER CELTIC)

1%

GEARÓID MCDONNELL (DUNDALK RFC)

1%

TIARNAN MULVENNA (MUIRHEVNA MOR)

0%

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Jonathon Commins (Ardee, St. Mary's) - Commins put in an incredible individual display in Sunday's Minor Football Championship final, scoring 2-13 as Tommy Kirk's men eased to glory.

Gearóid McDonnell (Dundalk RFC) - The out-half was at his best in Dundalk's derby victory over Boyne on Saturday afternoon, kicking with confidence and even crossing the tryline himself.

Tiarnan Mulvenna (Muirhevna Mor) - Mulvenna was involved in each of the Blues' three goals at the weekend as they bowed out of the Leinster Senior Cup with a heart-breaking defeat to Mullingar Celtic.

Declan Toal (North East Runners Over-50s) - Toal claimed victory in the Over-50s category at Glenmore's event at the Bush last weekend.

Cian Walsh (Rock Celtic U13) - Scored the opening goal in their thrilling win over Glenmuir United in the Dundalk Schoolboys League, Walsh was integral to a great team performance.

Seán Bailey (Redeemer Celtic) - Bailey scored four times as Redeemer Celtic defeated Oldcastle 5-3 on Sunday morning in the NEFL Division Two league.

Conor Healy (Naomh Máirtín) - While JP Rooney and Brian Berrill were tremendous, Healy was the Jocks' driving force, scoring 0-3, while also holding Peter Kirwan scoreless in the Dreadnots' attack.

Stephen O'Donnell (Dundalk FC) - Heroic in last week's Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup semi-final replay win over Shamrock Rovers, O'Donnell applied the finishing touch with his team's fourth goal.

Feidhelm Joyce (Geraldines minors) - Though on the losing side, Joyce was brilliant in attack for the Gers, scoring a fine second-half goal to accompany some fine first-half points.

Ross Nally (Newtown Blues) - While he struggled to impact the match in the first-half, once the Gaels pushed forward Nally had a field day, punishing them on the breakaway. Senior final Man of the Match.