It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

From the final day of the Premier League, to the opening weekend of the Championship, to the Guinness Pro12 semi-finals it was a mighty week of sporting action.

Jumping for joy…

Effe Ambrose executes a flashy backflip after Celtic were crowned Scottish Premiership champions.

Celtic v Heart of Midlothian - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership - Celtic Park Source: Craig Watson


Sam Warburton, Ross Moriarty and Greig Laidlaw pose during an intensive Lions training camp in Cardiff.

Sam Warburton, Ross Moriarty and Greig Laidlaw Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO


Gerard Flynn is dejected following Longford’s 6-12 to 0-5 defeat to Dublin in the Leinster Minor Football Championship at Parnell Park.

Gerard Flynn Source: Oisin Keniry/INPHO

5 times a charm…

John Terry and his Chelsea team-mates lift the Premier League Trophy following the Blues’ 5-1 defeat of Sunderland.

Chelsea v Sunderland - Premier League - Stamford Bridge Source: Mike Egerton

Back to winning ways…

Cork City’s Sean Maguire and Kevin O’Connor celebrate a 5-0 victory against Drogheda United at Turners Cross – a 12th win in 13 Premier Division games this season.

Sean Maguire and Kevin O’Connor celebrate winning Source: Bryan Keane/INPHO

Will there ever be a rainbow…

Fermanagh take to the pitch for their Ulster Senior Championship game against Monaghan at Clones.

The Fermanagh team take to the pitch Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

On your marks…

Cyclists get the 2017 An Post Rás underway at Dublin Castle on Sunday afternoon.

The An Post Ras makes it's way past Palmerston leaving Dublin Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

Parting is such sweet sorrow…

Simon Zebo lavishes praise on the departing Donnacha Ryan following Munster’s Guinness Pro12 semi-final victory against Ospreys.

Donnacha Ryan celebrates after the game with Simon Zebo Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

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Former Ireland Under-21 international Aiden O’Brien celebrates alongside Nadjim Abdou as Millwall secured promotion to the Championship.

Bradford City v Millwall - Sky Bet League One - Play Off - Final - Wembley Stadium Source: Nigel French

To Hell or to Connacht…

A bloodied Diarmuid O’Connor goes off to receive treatment during Mayo’s 2-14 to 0-11 Connacht Senior Championship victory over Sligo at MacHale Park.

Diarmuid O'Connor injured Source: James Crombie/INPHO

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O’Connor brothers hit the net as Mayo open up their campaign with 9-point win over Sligo

Kingston and Cahalane goals help Cork stun Tipperary in Munster hurling opener

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