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Daithi Burke makes Hoganstand Team of the Week 07-03-2016

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Waterford continue to set the pace in Division 1A of the Allianz Hurling Leagues but Kilkenny and Dublin are breathing down their neck, here's our team of the week...

1. Stephen O'Keeffe (Waterford)

Made a vital intervention to keep out a 'Bonner' Maher goal attempt just before half-time in Semple Stadium.

2. Tommy Doyle (Westmeath)

The Lake County are sitting pretty at the top of the Division 2 table following their seven point victory over Antrim.

3. Daithi Burke (Galway)

Up against the formidable Cats forward division, the Tribesmen's full-back held his own.

4. Matthew O'Hanlon (Wexford)

O'Hanlon and his Model County team-mates encountered little difficulty in disposing of the Kerry challenge in Austin Stack Park.

5. Padraig Walsh (Kilkenny)

Brian Cody was critical of the Cats' second-half display but Walsh kept his shoulder to the wheel throughout the 70 minutes.

6. Diarmaid Byrnes (Limerick)

Defensively sound, centre-back Byrnes also fired over three frees to help Limerick overcome the Offaly hurdle.

7. Andrew Shore (Wexford)

The gifted Shore put on an exhibition of score taking in Tralee and finished as his team's top marksman with 1-7.

8. David Reidy (Clare)

Sent over three points as the Banner County maintained their 100% Division 1B win record at the expense of Laois.

9. Paul Browne (Limerick)

The industrious Treaty County midfielder also finished with three points to his name in his side's eight point win over the Faithful County.

10. TJ Reid (Kilkenny)

14 points from the stick of the Ballyhale maestro sent the Cats on the road to a second victory in three outings.

11. Patrick Curran (Waterford)

The centre-forward's accuracy from play and frees was central to Waterford's hard-earned win over the Premier County.

12. Eamonn Dillon (Dublin)

'Man-of-the-Match' Dillon took the Cork defence to the cleaners on Saturday evening with 2-3.

13. Joe Canning (Galway)

No finger of blame for Galway's defeat can be pointed in the direction of their marquee forward whose eight point haul included five from play.

14. David Treacy (Dublin)

Treacy was on target with 1-7 (1-3 from play) in Dublin's 10-point demolition of the Rebel County.

15. John McGrath (Tipperary)

McGrath hit 1-2 for Michael Ryan's charges but his efforts proved to be in vain.




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