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Fergal Moore makes Hoganstand Team of Week 15-03-2016

Fergal Moore makes Hoganstand Team of Week

Hogan Stand hurling team of the week

1. Aidan McCabe (Kerry)

Kerry's margin of defeat against Clare would have been greater were it not for a string of fine saves by McCabe, including one of two penalty attempts by Bobby Duggan.

2. Cathal Barrett (Tipperary)

The Premier County will entertain Cork at home next weekend and a win could send them into the last eight.

3. Cian O'Callaghan (Dublin)

Enjoyed a stand-out display in the Dublin full-back line as Waterford's winning league run was brought to an end.

4. Fergal Moore (Galway)

The experienced Moore and his defensive colleagues were kept on their toes by Tipp.


5. Cormac Murphy (Cork)

Cork fans will be hoping their spirited showing against the Cats will be a sign of things to come and Murphy, who raised two white flags, caught the eye for Kieran Kingston's charges.

6. Ronan Maher (Tipperary)

The Tipp centre-back produced a solid display as they rescued a point from their trip to Pearse Stadium.

7. Cillian Buckley (Kilkenny)

Buckley epitomised the never-say-die attitude of the Cats in their late, late show against Cork.

8. Diarmuid Cody (Kilkenny)

The manager's son can be pleased with the part he played in the Cats' third win of the campaign.

9. Paul Browne (Limerick)

It was all one-way traffic in the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday evening as Browne & Co warmed up for their top-of-the-table clash with Clare next Sunday.

10. John Fitzgibbon (Limerick)

The Shannonsiders' half-forward accumulated 1-14 (1-5 from play) in the demolition of Laois.

11. TJ Reid (Kilkenny)

A return of 1-12 (0-10 frees) was a key ingredient in Kilkenny's winning formula.

12. Colm Galvin (Clare)

Galvin chipped in with six points as the Banner County eased to a 22-point victory over Kerry.

13. Seamus Harnedy (Cork)

Cork answered their critics with a much-improved display against Kilkenny and Harnedy led the way with 1-3.

14. Joe Canning (Galway)

Those amongst the 6,619 attendance at Pearse Stadium were treated to an exhibition by the Portumna ace who shot 1-11 against Tipp.

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15. Eamon Dillon (Dublin)

The hard-working number 12 was the best forward on view in Walsh Park and finished with four points to his name.

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