Wednesday 24 January 2018

The week in pictures

Good Counsel College (New Ross) students who won the Leinster schools Junior golf recently and have qualified for the All-Ireland final to be held in Balmoral in April (from left): Ronan Whelan, Michael Ryan, Fr. John Hennebry (principal), Paul Murphy...
Lee Chin of Wexford Bohs tracks Anthony Hayes (Forth Celtic) in their Premier Division clash on Sunday morning last which Bohs won 5-2.
The successful Wexford Youths Under-18 squad.
Sean Murray, Campile, sportsman of the year in the Irish hillclimb championship (Photograph: Liam Mac Con Iomaire (Caora Dubha)).
Winners and runners-up in the Leinster U-13 'B' boys' doubles (from left): Jack Nolan and Seán Dowling (Gorey), Patrick O'Regan (Taghmon) and Adam Bookle (Terrerath).
Micheál O Muircheartaigh, Tony Fagan (A.S.A.P. Officer), Keith Rossiter and Liam O'Neill at the launch of the 'Off the Booze and On the Ball' challenge.
The question time winners from Buffers Alley.
The Community School players who have a Leinster final appearance to look forward to.
William Ryan outside the courthouse during his trial
A road sign erected on the Carnew Road to encourage motorists to slow down.
Gardaí at the sit-in of farmers, contractors and TD Mattie McGrath at the Friends First offices in Loughlinstown, Dublin.
The page that appeared in the match programme for Reading v Everton. The top picture shows (from left): Manager of Wexford Kennedy Cup Under 14 side Dave Harpur; Reading Football Club Academy director Gary Webb; strength and conditioning coach Ashley...
Sean Farrell, Bank of Ireland Head of Agri Business; Mary Moulds, Manager Bank of Ireland, Carnew; and Tom Doyle, National Farm Business Chairman IFA. and national farm business chairman IFA, Tom Doyle.
Group pictured releasing baloons at the launch of the campaign against domestic violence at the Gorey Family Resource Centre.
Ms. Emer Weafer, Transition Year Coordinator, St. Mary's CBS Enniscorthy; Naoise O Muiri, Lord Mayor of Dublin; St. Mary's CBS student Christopher Sinclair Johnson who designed the winning poster on the theme of disability; and Ms Caroline Horan,...
Kate Kavanagh (left) of Seafield Golf and Spa Hotel presents a cheque for €6,000 to Anne Cooney of Temple Street Children's Hospital.
Enjoying the parish sale at Christ Church old school were William and Patricia Masterson.
At the turning the sod marking the start of construction of new extension at Castletown NS were incoming junior infants Jack Fanning and Freya Molloy.
Veronica Wolohan and Kathleen Dunbar at the Liam Mellows Society table quiz in the Loch gCarman Arms.
Enjoying the annual Christmas concert in St. Aidan's Chruch, Ferns were Sharon Byrne from Camolin and Rebecca Donohoe from Gorey.
Eight-year-old Pat Byrne, who unveiled the commemorative stone at Kilnahue Churchyard.
LEFT: The homeless Dublin man whose rabbit was thrown into the Liffey.
Nicola Sinnott, Laura Sinnott, Louise Sinnott and Chloe Kenny of the Oulart/The Ballagh camogie club with chef Phelim Byrne at the Cookery Demonstration night.
Back: Patricia Murphy, Lizzy Gibbon of Folens, Edel Behan, Pauleen Kavanagh, Ciaran O'Brien, Hilda Stafford, Caroline Crotty and Sarah Quirke. Front: Patrick Swider, Shannon Fleming, Orla Walsh, Aoife Sinnott and Trish Sinnott.
At the launch of the new Wexford logo. Back: Mary O'Hanlon, Lar Murray, Martin Murphy, Noel Doyle, Susan Kelly, Jimmy Barry, Neil Murphy, Mick Reade, Killian Stafford, Paula Ronan and Peter Denton. Front, holding the banner: Ciaran Costello and Ray...
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