The week in pictures

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Former Sligo Rovers 'keeper Richard Brush with some up and coming 'keepers.
Strand Celtic Reserves celebrate winning the Frank Kennedy Memorial Cup with victory over Boyle Celtic Reserves at MacSharry Park.
Sligo IT's gold medal winning athlete, Alberto Sanchez.
George and Jo Mullan in action in the West of Ireland.
Team members and officials of Sligo Rugby Club who were special guests at a recent Sligo Rovers game at the Showgrounds where they were given a tremendous reception in acknowledgement of their all-conquering season. (Pic: Tom Callanan)
All set for the big 'Streets of Sligo' race on Sunday next. Paul Deering, The Sligo Champion and Sligo AC, Terry Hayes, Sligo AC, Eimear O'Brien, Sligo AC, Damien McSharry, Sligo AC and Tom Meehan Sligo AC.
The late Hugh McHugh.
Map showing the alternative route for the city's traffic if O'Connell Street is pedestrianised.
Rebecca Stevens, Chief Executive, Sligo Chamber and Ian Talbot, Chief Executive, Chambers Ireland with Fine Gael TD John Perry (centre).
The impressive Connacht Gold premises at Deepwater Quay, which has been a huge addition to the commercial life of the town.
Baby Marc Johnny Kenny at his baptism recently in Riverstown with his parents Grainne and Johnny and his brothers Patrick, John, Ciaran, Niall and Tadhg.
The new INMO industrial relations officer for the North West, Maura Hickey (third from left), with members of the INMO Sligo Branch, pictured last week at the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation's Annual Delegate Conference in Kilkenny.
Pictured at Sligo Cathedral on Sunday morning last after Mass to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Twinning between Sligo and Crozon were: Clr. Rosaleen O'Grady, Sligo Mayor, Clr. Matt Lyons; Deputy Mayor of Crozon, Yves Dehedin, Clr. Didier Salaun...
Wembley, here we come ... Ryan and Denis Feehily celebrate their luck in winning two tickets to the Champions League Final.
Evelyn McManus, Edel McSharry and Lisa Winters from the Nursing and Health Studies Department at St. Angela's College, with TraNSforM Project team members from Turkey.
Joe Kilcawley from the Avalon Centre gets down to some serious art work in preparation for this year's Arts and Health Exhibition to be held in Markievicz House as part of the Bealtaine Festival.

The week in pictures for 2011-05-11

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