Friday 20 October 2017

The week in pictures

Rob Hall and Harry Lyster, who were first and third in the national championships.
Rob Hall and Harry Lyster, who were first and third in the national championships.
Wicklow's Daniel Mannion bursts forward against Mullingar.
Enniskerry U-10 As, Division 2 champions.
Erin O'Dwyer, Tiffany Byrne, Katie McDonald and Amy Shortall at the FYI dance-a-thon in Fatima Hall.
Peter Flahive of Wicklow Bay Angling Club with Tony Bolger presenting Anthony Bolger with his International Blazer.
Anne Marie Hamilton with her husband Martin and children Amy and Lee at her 4oth birthday party in Earnies Bar.
Prominent Wicklow pedigree Limousin breeders, Noel Kenny (left), Tomiriland, Roundwood and Shay Cullen (right), Newtownmountkennedy pictured in Roscrea with Joe O'Flaherty, Chief Executive Animal Health Ireland at the launch of the animal health...
Texaco Art administrator Annemarie Barnes with 'Hope' which was submitted by Roisin Heffernan from St. Mary's College in Arklow.
Bocs Social are set to release their debut single 'Shot One'.
Cathy Gallagher, Kilmant Players at the final rehearsal before travelling to the Anglesey Drama Festival in Wales.
Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll goes past Nick Easter to score a try.
St. Brigid's, who faced Gaelscoil Ui Cheadaigh in a recent game.
Participants in the 'Mom and Me' skills programme at Carnew Emmets GAA grounds.
Margaret Browne and Sarah Keogh at the BBKR table quiz in Jack White's.
Charlie Carter and Eabha Boyle at the concert in Scoil Na Coroine Mhuire, Ashford for Seactain na Gaeilge.
A new survey reports that one in seven American tourists will visit County Wicklow.
X Factor sensation Olly Murs loved being in Bray where he performed on the All-Ireland Talent Show.
Lizzie, Frances, and Stuart Doyle at the Family Fun Day in the Grand Hotel on St. Patrick's Day.
Chris Carroll and Nathan Cardin are the two youngest volunteers on the Haven Partnership aid mission to Haiti.
Wicklow RNLI Coxswains Nick Keogh and David O'Leary who had to leave their daughters Christening service to assist in a real-life rescue drama.
Brauders Shop in Arklow where John Deasy was killed.
A section of our beautiful River Slaney.
Annette Quinn, Melissa Spillane and Roisin Clancy at the AGB GAA dinner dance in the Arklow Bay Hotel.

The week in pictures for 2011-03-23