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Sunday 23 November 2014

The week in pictures

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Fionnuala Britton leads the field on her way to winning the Gerry Farnan Cross Country 2012.
The Wicklow RFc U-18 girls team who defeated last year's Leinster champions Portlaoise in Ashdown Lane thanks to a late try and conversion.
Arklow's Sean Allen feels the full force of this blow from Joe Ward during the wonderfully successful annual boxing tournament organised by Arklow Boxing club and held in the Arklow Bay Hotel.
The 145 bus in Bray this week.
Emergency services at Bray station on Monday evening.
Shay Brennan, Gaoler at Wicklow's Historical Gaol showing the dedicated QR Code (SEE BELOW) poster to Wicklow Town's page on visitwicklow.ie
Victoria Ivory gets Katie Taylor's new book signed by Katie in the Royal Hotel.
Bray School Project pupil Joanie Morris mixing up colours in the lab during the BSP visit to Oriflame.
Representatives of top American business tourism companies at The Ritz-Carlton near Enniskerry, Co Wicklow, with Marie McKown, Tourism Ireland (back, second left).
Santa and his elves leading the parade up Bray Main Street at the Switching on of last year's Christmas lights.
Back: Inni-K, performer; Jennifer Geraghty, John Crowley, Edwina White and Martin Sweeney of the SSER. Front: Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, artist; Brian O'Doherty, DWMRT; Mícheál Ó'Catháin, SSER; Aki, artist and Danny Diamond, artist.
LEFT: Boxer Adam Nolan. ABOVE: Camogie star Josie Dwyer.
Actor Jack Reynor has landed a role in the new Steven Spielberg film.
Rita Guinan, Chair of the Organising Committee for the CEB National Enterprise Awards 2012, with Co. Wicklow finalist, John Brophy, MD of Carrig Solutions Ltd., Rathnew.
Irene Sweeney, Arklow; Gary Bernie, Greystones; Roy Conway, Wicklow and Ian Donnelly, Bray at the handover of the chains
Vocal coach Cherry Hartshorn leading a singing circle at Sing Day at St Thomas Community College.
Conal O'Gorman of Windsor Motors; winner Mary Keane and Bray Credit Union president Barry Nevin.
Male spiders play no part in parenting once they have mated, so once she has received a package of sperm, the female often eats her smaller partner.
Barbie and Ken: the inspiration for Aqua's 8-million selling 'Barbie Girl'
Ben Affleck as Tony Mendez in Argo.
Wicklow's Luan Parle.
Cathoirleach Wicklow Co. Council Cllr. Pat Casey and County Manager Eddie Sheehy make a presentation to Liz Wall from Ashford to mark her inauguration.
Inviting you to the turning on of the Christmas lights were Danny Hughes, Kay Coughlan, Town Clerk Myra Porter, Cllr. Kathleen Kelleher Mayor of Greystones, Cllr. Tom Fortune and Cllr. Grainne McLoughlin.
Audrey Pritchard pulls out a winning ticket from the Tombola with (from left) John Ryder, Rachel and Catherine Casey, Catherine Malone, Cllr Kathleen Kelleher Mayor of Greystones, Susan Chestnutt and Tara Casey.
Peter Murtagh, Dara McMahon and Gerry Noonan celebrating The Burnaby in Words and Song.
(Back): Colm O'Broin, John Harrington, Dave O'Reilly, Marie McCooey, Toby Finch, David Counihan and Mayor of Greystones Cllr. Kathleen Kelleher. (Front): Jack Gallagher, Josh O'Caoimh, Eanna Harman and John Cregan.
Neil O'Grady, Wexford; Jim Corbett, Wicklow; Stephen Early, Dublin; Trevor Woods, Cork; Scott Graham, Wicklow, and Liam Williams, Wicklow at the Triathlon Ireland Awards Dinner.
Award winner Maciej Goszczycki with his prize.
Sarah Slavenger from Powerscourt Estate with President Higgins and author David Hicks.
Jimmy Russell of the Arklow Music Festival and Dairin Murphy, Operations Manager, Bridgewater Centre.
Clissman Horse Caravans has secured the €200k funding through the Rural Development Programme.

Some of the pictures that caught our attention this week . . . 14-11-2012.

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