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Wednesday 26 November 2014

The week in pictures

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Shane Dagg from Malahide, who won this summer's Canadian Under16 Championship with British Columbia, proudly wears a Canada shirt.
Stamullen M Donnelly's winning Under-16 team, (l to r) Paul Dargle, Ciaran 0'Connell and Danny Bruton.
Rachel Monahan and Reese Martin at the St Finian's GAA camp.
Glebe North captain Chris Costello competes in the air with Mark Boland (St Patrick's CY).
Glebe North's Keith Richardson celebrates scoring his side's first goal at Market Green on Friday night.
With the Mountain behind him Michael Dunlop powers the Street Sweep Kawasaki to his second TT win. Photo: Jack Corry
Galway's Cathal Mulryan and Dublin's Paul Mannion compete for possession during Sunday's minor semi-final at Croke Park.
Beating them at their own game - Kevin Cassidy is bottled up by Michael Darragh MacAuley (left), Bryan Cullen, Cian O'Sullivan (4) and Michael Fitzsimons (2).
Tibbs' blood in her urine pointed to simple case of cystisis.
The eFlow soccer tournament was a great success.
Members of the Swords Photographic Group.
Joe Troy was amongst the volunteers taking part in the church gate collection for Balbriggan Tidy Towns.
Presidential hopeful Michael D Higgins.
The Portmarknock scouts, who took part in the gruelling contest in Co. Clare.
At the launch of the new partnership are Ciara McCabe, McCabe's Pharmacy and Cliodhna O'Riordan, CDO, Irish Cancer Society with Roisin Dempsey (4).
Casino House.
The late Liam Downey (middle row, third from left, circled) with the All-Ireland winning Dublin minor side in 1982.
The disintegrating prefab floors in St. Sylvester's Infant School.
The Posers with lead singer John Reilly in centre.
Portrane's girls teams training inside the community centre.
Portrane Hockey Club development coach, Adrian Henchy said the new state-of-the-art astroturf pitch will benefit a number of local clubs.
Former Conservative Minister Michael Portillo was in Balbriggan train station over the weekend filming for his television series.
Balbriggan.
Rush.
Swords.
Skerries.
Malahide.
Students from Fingal represented Ireland at the 2011 Youthcamp event in the Danish city of Ballerup.
The site of the proposed toxic ash dump.
Unsung local hero of the week Patsy Rooney.
Enchiriadis Treis will perform for the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

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