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Dundalk Democrat Sports Person of the Week

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MEABH DUFFY (COBRA-KAN)

47%

DONNA KING (ST. KEVIN'S CAMOGIE)

15%

EVE McCRYSTAL (PARACYCLIST)

10%

EMMET KIRK (ST. BRIDE'S)

7%

CIARÁN SHEELAN (BELLURGAN UNITED)

6%

KIZITO EKWUEME (ROCK CELTIC)

6%

MATTHEW CORCORAN (GERALDINES)

4%

MICHAEL DUFFY (DUNDALK FC)

4%

STEPHEN WOODS (MUIRHEVNAMOR)

1%

FREDDY MURRAY (DUNDALK TENNIS CLUB)

0%

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Eve McCrystal (Paracyclist) - The Jenkinstown-native claimed two gold medals at the Paracycling World Championships in South Africa over the weekend.

Matthew Corcoran (Geraldines) -  Corcoran hit two goals as the Gers escaped relegation to Division Two courtesy of their final day annihilation of Cooley Kickhams.

Donna King (St. Kevin's Camogie) - The forward scored three goals as St. Kevin's claimed their fourth Louth Senior Camogie title in a row with victory over Mattock Rangers.

Ciarán Sheelan (Bellurgan United) - Sheelan scored two and won Bellurgan a penalty during their 3-3 draw with OMP in the NEFL Premier Division on Friday night.

Freddy Murray (Dundalk Tennis Club) - Freddy was selected on the Irish U14 team for this weekend's Home Nations Cup in Glasgow.

Michael Duffy (Dundalk FC) - With two assists and countless moments of genius, Duffy's performance against St. Patrick's Athletic on Friday night sees him get another nomination.

Meabh Duffy (Cobra-Kan) - Meabh claimed four gold medals at the Tallaght Open on Sunday, included were wins in the Intermediate and advanced Kata sections

Kizito Ekwueme (Rock Celtic) - The young forward scored a brace, including a late equaliser, during Sunday's 3-3 draw with Torro in the Kilmessan Shield.

Stephen Woods (Muirhevnamor) - Woods scored a hat-trick as Muirhevnamor added the Top Four Cup to their Summer League title victory.

Emmet Kirk (St. Bride's) - Kirk scored the all-important goal, along with two later points, as St. Bride's won their Division Two league decider with Naomh Fionnbarra on Saturday evening.