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Adam O'Connor - St. Joseph's: O'Connor returned from a summer away to help St. Joseph's to the semi-final of the Senior Football Championship, scoring a goal in the victory over the Geraldines.
Katie Mallon - Glenmore AC: Katie came in as the second juvenile home at the Dromiskin 5k race on Saturday evening.
Paddy Keenan - Bellurgan United: On his return to the Bellurgan ranks, Keenan scored the opening goal as his side edged Quay Celtic in the Dundalk derby on Friday night.
Éanna McArdle - Dundalk Gaels: McArdle struck three crucial points, including two wonderful first-half efforts, as Dundalk Gaels ended Sean O'Mahony's interest in the Louth Senior Football Championship.
Micky O'Kane - (Muirhevna Mor): The prolific attacker notched a hat-trick in Saturday evening's McConville Cup final win for the Blues over Quay Celtic at Oriel Park.
Catherine O'Grady - (DMAC Kickboxing): O'Grady claimed a goal medal at the WKU World Kickboxing Championships.
Evan McEnteggart - (Rock Celtic U14): Evan McEnteggart scored twice in the opening-half as Rock Celtic defeated Glenmuir United 3-0.
James Butler - (Glen Emmets): Butler rescued Glen Emmets a replay in their JFC semi-final. He landed a dramatic equaliser, hitting 0-4 overall.
Trevor O'Brien - (Glyde Rangers): O'Brien led the Glyde attack as they demolished Roche Emmets in Sunday evening's JFC semi-final. The veteran struck five of his side's 2-11 total.
Mickey Coburn - (Dundalk Golf Club): The club captain joined forces with Leslie Walker to qualify themselves for a lucrative SkyCaddie PGA Pro-Captain Challenge final in Morocco.
Shane Lennon - (Kilkerley Emmets): The Kilkerley captain led from the front as Emmets secured their SFC status with victory over Cooley on Sunday. Lennon scored 1-8.
JP Rooney - (Naomh Máirtín): Rooney returned from his honeymoon to help the Jocks to the semi-final of the championship, scoring 2-1 in the second-half.
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