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# Picture this
It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week
Here’s how the last seven days looked through the lens.

1. BOO? We honestly don’t know what’s going on here…..

Tempers flair between Clonmel’s Liam Ryan and Micheal Burns of Dr Crokes Bryan Keane / INPHO Bryan Keane / INPHO / INPHO

2. Champion of Dublin, Champion of the world! Katie Taylor with her WBA Lightweight Belt

Katie Taylor pictured with her WBA Lightweight Belt Oisin Keniry / INPHO Oisin Keniry / INPHO / INPHO

3. That winning feeling! The Houston Astros celebrate their World Series win

World Series Astros Dodgers Baseball David J. Phillip David J. Phillip

4. A fan kisses Lionel Messi

Greece Soccer Champions League Thanassis Stavrakis Thanassis Stavrakis

5. St. Vincent’s Diarmuid Connolly and team mascot Marcus Brady after their Dublin SFC victory on Monday

Diarmuid Connolly celebrates with team mascot Marcus Brady Oisin Keniry / INPHO Oisin Keniry / INPHO / INPHO

6. In the air! Oakland Raiders running back DeAndre Washington goes airborne after being hit by Buffalo Bills defensive back Trae Elston

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7. Dele Alli after scoring one of his goals in Spurs’ famous win over Real Madrid on Wednesday

Tottenham Hotspur v Real Madrid - UEFA Champions League - Group H - Wembley Stadium Mike Egerton Mike Egerton

8. Simon Zebo celebrates as Munster play a game of football in training during the week

Simon Zebo Bryan Keane / INPHO Bryan Keane / INPHO / INPHO

9. On top of the world! Dicksboro’s Ollie Walsh celebrates their Kilkenny championship win last Sunday

Ollie Walsh celebrates after the game with the trophy Tommy Dickson / INPHO Tommy Dickson / INPHO / INPHO

10. No need for a caption here….

KTTAY John Sherlock Twitter. John Sherlock Twitter.

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