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Saturday 22 November 2014

The week in pictures

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Rogers, St Peter's AC, in action in the Under-18 Girls High Jump during the Woodie's DIY Juvenile Indoor Championships at Nenagh Indoor Stadium. Credit: Picture: Barry Cregg/Sportsfile
The Our Lady's College Junior A team who defeated Maynooth 13-5 in the SSA League Division 1 final at the National Basketball Arena.
Drogheda Boys Under-14s – Back row (l to r) Tomás Ó hOistín, Timmy Babbington, Dean Carroll, Tom O'Reilly, Ciaran O'Brien, Ian Floyd, James Carter, Lee Darling, Ciaran Cluskey Kelly; Front (l to r) Karl Harding, Colm Moore, Vladislav Euseev, Daniel... Credit: Picture: Colin Bell
Timmy Babbington in action for Drogheda Boys U-14s against Malahide United.
Boyne Rovers' Eoin Hancock gets a boot in ahead of Dunboyne's Niall Connellan.
Boyne Rovers keeper Steven Smith fails to stop Colin Richardson's shot going into the net for Dunboyne during the LSL Division 1B game at Parkview on Sunday. Credit: Picture: Colin Bell
Hungarian debutant Robert Kovacsevics makes a late tackle on Ciaran Kilduff.
Irish star Nikki Symmons puts Drogheda youngsters through their paces. Credit: Pic: Colin Bell
Darver's successful Under-13 badminton team.
Members from a selection of the Louth clubs that are taking part in the forthcoming 2011 Coiste Chontae Lú Prize Draw. Left to right: Peter Landy (Hunterstown Rovers), Aidan Gorham (St Josephs), Padraic O'Connor (Louth County Board Chairperson), Tony...
County Board chairman Barney Allen (left) with manager Seamus McEnaney after Sunday's game with Derry in Celtic Park. Credit: Picture credit: Paul Mohan/SPORTSFILE
The Wolfe Tones U-16 team who won their Division 2 clash against Geraldines.
Oliver Plunkett's, U-14 Féile representatives.
Manager Peter Fitzpatrick gets his point across as Declan Byrne, Ray Finnegan and Stephen Fitzpatrick leave the pitch following Louth's three point defeat to Cavan in Breffni Park on Saturday night. Credit: Aidan Dullaghan
An airbag in Declan Cassidy's car deployed when he hit a series of huge potholes (inset) on the Marsh Road. Credit: Paul Connor
Children from St. Joseph's Green Schools committee, Ms Conlon and Peter Kierans with a 'Be bright and switch off the light' poster.
Sarah McLoughlin, Garda Padraig Keegan and Bróna Fanning attending the careers Interest evening in Our Lady's College, Greenhills.
Laura Armada and Vanessa McCowen with Aidan Cooney, TV3.
Mayor Paul Bell has issued an invitation to President Obama to visit Drogheda.
Brian Lynch from Wogan's Interiors on Shop Street was the victim of a prank on TV's Anonymous on Monday when a disguised Michelle Heaton surprised him in the show bed in the shop's front window. Also pictured are Brian's colleagues Joan Farrell and...
The ring in Yellowbatter has become a 'rat run' for drivers.
Cars are forced to queue all the way down the Marsh Road to get into the town centre.
The long wait: cars are bumper to bumper on George's Street.
The Poorhouse Lane remains sealed off. The closure has caused nightmare for commuters, residents and local schoolchildren since December.
18 minutes later, Hubert completes his trek through the centre of Drogheda to arrive at his destination on the outskirts of town.
There will be changes to the pay parking at Old Hill.
A woman who had been sitting beside Joshy Paul Paranbil (pictured) told gardaí he kept moving his elbow towards her and touched her breast three times.
The SOSAD memorial mass in the Augustinian a attracted huge congregation.
Eileen Harmon celebrated her 103rd birthday with her family earlier this week. Pictured with Eileen are Colette Harmon, Joseph Harmon, Mary O'Malley and Carmel Molloy. Credit: Paul Connor.
The mystery object in the garden at Oldbridge House.
Michael Neary was struck off after a high profile investigation.
The Clogherhead lifeboat crew towing in the capsized boat belonging to the missing Skerries fishermen. Credit: Colin Bell.
Volunteers from the Drogheda Animal Rescue centre getting ready for their big fundraiser.
Mary Byrne will open Millfield on Monday.
The Eucharistic Bell being carried from the Augustinian church last week during its tour of the Drogheda area.
An Grianan to host visitors from around the world on Thursday.
At the SOSAD sponsored spin at Tesco Express, Donore Road Drogheda, (l-r) Mary Devlin, Joe Shortt, Johnny Marry, Darren Flood, Brian Kelly, Larry Clarke.
Stamullen Community Alert group is calling for measures to improve safety in the village.
The committee organising the celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of Yellowbatter. Back row, Eamon Wright, Pauline Curran, Peter Matthews, Des Clinton, Mary Everitt. Front row, Fiona Lidster, Eamon Clinton and Frank Godfrey.
Maeve Kavanagh with Brendan Courtney and Sonya Lennon from 'Off The Rails'.
Dawn Finnegan of Fuschia, Scotch Hall Shopping Centre models new season style from A|wear to highlight the Spring Fashion event at Scotch Hall Shopping Centre taking place on Saturday 9th, 16th and 23rd April. Credit: Shane Cowley
Aisling Maher of Scoil Spioraid Naoimh choir performing at the choral festival at the Sacred Heart church Laytown.
The cast of 'All in Favour Say No!' working on their production.
The attack took place at the Cottage Hospital.
Liam Woods on his farm in Cooley during the footand-mouth crisis. His flock of sheep was subsequently culled.
Robert Sullivan, Dundalk Grammar School, who was confirmed by Cardinal Seán Brady in the Church of St. Patrick, with family members, Maria, Fintan, Joan and Jonathan.
Marie Carrie and Maeve Halpenny pictured at the Dunleer Sub Committee Guest Tea held Lannleire Pavillion. in the
Alice Gallagher, Mary Cole, Margaret Barron and Nancy Roche who took part in the Broomfield 10k walk starting at Teach Raithneach Collon.
Members of Meath County Board Pitch & Putt at the presentation of a cheque to Louth/Meath Branch of Down Syndrome for € 1,256. (L-r) Des Caffrey, Iris Cunningham, Noel Farrell, Noeleen Myles, Paul Farrell, Blondie Collins and Mary Farrell. The money...

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