Monday 19 March 2018

The week in pictures

St Joseph's Derek Mulligan wins possession as O'Raghallaigh's Alan Doyle closes in. Picture: Colin Bell
Paddy Keenan slots the ball into the back of the Dreadnots goal for St Patrick's. Picture Ken Finegan
Stephen Quigley receives his marching orders from Damien Hancock. Picture: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE
Stamullen M Donnelly's all-conquering Under-16 team of (l to r) Paul Dargle, Ciaran O'Connell and Danny Bruton.
The Saint Mande area of Paris, twinned with Drogheda.
The large stones slipping into the Boyne.
ABOVE: Blizzard Patrol members of Drogheda's 4th Louth scout troop (St. Oliver's) received a coveted silver award in the recent Phoenix Challenge, pictured with Irish Chief Scout Michael John Shinnick, watched proudly by local leader John Reid. RIGHT:...
The fire at the Carpet Store at Greene's on North Quay last Tuesday evening.
Action from Sunday afternoon's clash between Duleek and Woodview Celtic at The Tollstone.
n St Patrick's at the first game on their new pitch. Back (l to r) Andy Mooney, Darren Hagan, Barry Campbell, Martin McKeana, David McQuillan, Eabhan Connolly, Niall Mooney, Ciarán Calvey Cormac Sullivan, Alan Vickers, Brian Calvey, Ronan Kearns,...
Colm Judge, Newtown Blues, is forced over the sideline by David Moley, Dundalk Gaels. Picture: Ken Finegan
Little & Big Rascals Dunleer held their annual pyjama day and raised €700 for the children's ward in Our Lady of Lourdes Drogheda. Pictured are the children with the staff on the children's floor of the hospital.
Fergus Godfrey meeting legendary jockey Lester Piggott at the recent race meet in Bellewstown.
These boys lined up for a race at the Mornington Court sports at the weekend.
Local man Ray McNeece demonstrates how to make a St Brigid's Cross to Tatianna Dudley and her Daughter kate from Seattle Washington as part of Ardee heritage day.
An entrance via the Lourdes Church grounds could provide a solution to traffic chaos at Bothar Brugha.
Following a lengthly investigation the DPP has directed that Cllr. Frank Gallagher's complaint about an alleged bribe will not be taken further.
Controversy has erupted after it was revealed the Whiteriver landfill is to receive waste from across the border.
Gareth Floyd of Drogheda River Rescue pictured during the annual 'Kip in the Skip' on the river Boyne at Scotch Hall.
Mayor Callan with the Queen's letter of thanks.
According to the electronic sign on TJ O'Reilly House (pictured) temperatures reached a scorching 56° Celsius (inset) by the banks of the Boyne at the weekend!
White collar boxers Ian Mulroy and Niamh Gardiner at the launch of the Drogheda Chamber White Collar Boxing Fight Night at the Westcourt Hotel on Thursday.
Cllr. Frank Godfrey with Sycamores residents at the 'historical' pothole.
Walkers are unhappy with the amount of dog dirt on Seapoint beach.
Ireland's own Harry Potter star Evanna Lynch (aka Luna Lovegood) officially launched the 24th annual MS READaTHON with the help of enthusiastic little 'aliens' Clodagh Burke (11) and Hannah Murnane (11), Bantry.
James' Street, as pictured in July 1982.
Blackrock hoping to win a bronze medal.
Ardee is on a mission for a medal this year.
Ian Callan shows some ancient coins at an exhibition in the castle in Ardee.

The week in pictures for 2011-08-31