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

This is how the last seven days looked through the lens.

1. Paul Townsend, onboard Al Boum Photo, collides with the fence as Robbie Power, riding Finian’s Oscar, watches on during the Novice Steeplechase at Punchestown

Paul Townsend onboard Al Boum Photo forces Robbie Power onboard Finian's Oscar off the track as they approach the last jump Source: Lorraine O'Sullivan/INPHO

2. Anthony Foley’s wife Olive is presented with Munster Hall of Fame award alongside CEO Garrett Fitzgerald, Player of the Year Keith Earls and team manager Niall O’Donovan

Keith Earls, Garrett Fitzgerald and Niall O'Donovan present Olive Foley on behalf of Anthony Foley with the Hall Of Fame Award Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

3. Louisville’s Jaire Alexander (right) celebrates next to commissioner Roger Goodell after being picked by the Green Bay Packers during the first round of the NFL Draft

NFL Draft Football Source: David J. Phillip

4. Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino after the former’s first goal against Roma in the Champions League semi-final

Liverpool v AS Roma - UEFA Champions League - Semi Final - First Leg - Anfield Source: Peter Byrne

5. Bray boxer Daina Moorehouse arrives back at Dublin Airport after winning gold at the European Youth Championships

Daina Moorehouse Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

6. Spain and Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta holds back the tears as he announces leaving the Catalan club after 22 years

Andres Iniesta departure from FC Barcelona.April 27th Source: Eric Alonso

7. Jockey David Mullins with his sister Kimmy after winning the Punchestown Gold Cup with Bellshill

David Mullins and his sister Kimmy celebrate with Bellshill Source: James Crombie/INPHO

8. Katie Taylor waves to fans after unifying the women’s lightweight world titles after victory over Victoria Bustos in Brooklyn

Katie Taylor celebrates winning Source: Matt Heasley/INPHO

9. Retiring Connacht John Muldoon after bowing out in the win over Leinster


10. Cork’s Sarah Harrington lifts the Camogie League 2 trophy in front of team-mates

Sarah Harrington lifts the League 2 Trophy Source: Bryan Keane/INPHO

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