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Dublin: 7 °C Tuesday 18 February, 2020

It's Sunday, so here are our 12 favourite images from the sporting week

Here’s how the last seven days looked through the lens.

King James: McClean sticks a sword through the heart of the Welsh dragon in Cardiff

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Cascarino or Quinn? Ireland Ireland fans Terry and Geraldine McAuley set out their stall ahead of Ireland’s famous win.

Terry and Geraldine McAuley Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

No winners this week on Takeshi’s Castle: St. Finbarrs’ Jamie Burns and an opposing Nemo player behind him had similar reactions to their Cork SFC final stalemate.

Jamie Burns Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

Omagh, oh my, you make me cry: Errigal Ciarán players are left distraught as Omagh celebrate their Tyrone SFC final victory.

Omagh celebrate winning Source: John McVitty/INPHO

Dug in: Clooney-Quin’s Peter Duggan holds his nerve to send the Clare SHC final to a replay

Peter Duggan scores a late point Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

Battlefield: Peter Lewis of Ulster in action against Sarah Cregg of Connacht during the M. Donnelly GAA Wheelchair Hurling All-Ireland Finals in Sligo.

Intensity: Peter O’Mahony lays down the law to his Munster charges after a draw in France.

Peter O'Mahony speaks in the team huddle Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO

You’ll have him Ruaned: former Ulster man Pienaar is handed a packet of Taytos in the RDS.

The Foighting Oirish: Australia-based Kildare man Dennis Hogan roars at Japanese opponent Yuki Nonaka as he edges towards a world title shot with a career-best win in Brisbane.

Untitled Source: AAP/Darren England

One and done: Jermell Charlo retains his WBC World light-middleweight title in Brooklyn as he turns Ericson Lubin into a pretzel inside three minutes.

Untitled Source: Trappfotos/Sho

Roger that: runner-up Rafael Nadal looks on as Roger Federer celebrates his Shanghai Masters title.

China Tennis Shanghai Masters Source: Andy Wong

Stung: Two dejected Gunners try to come to terms with Arsenal’s defeat to Watford at Vicarage Road.

Watford v Arsenal - Premier League - Vicarage Road Source: Steven Paston

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