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It's Sunday so here are our favourite sports images from the last week

Some stunning pics from the week that was in sport.

It's Sunday so here are our favourite sports images from the last week
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  • Sweet as a nut

    Waterford's Austin Gleeson sends a sideline cut straight between the posts during last Sunday's All-Ireland hurling quarter final win against Dublin.
  • Hard as a rock

    Man-of-the-Match Johnny Glynn sends Cork's Johnny Glynn flying, as Galway won the other quarter-final.
  • Gimme Shelter!

    A punter gets caught in the rain on Day 2 of the Galway Races in Ballybrit.
  • Make yourself big

    Cian Healy mucks around during Ireland's open training session in Cork this week.
  • Victory!

    Limerick goalkeeper David McCarthy celebrates their Bord Gais Energy Munster Under 21 Hurling final win against Clare on Thursday.
  • Chilling

    Kurt Suzuki of the Minnesota Twins gets doused in Gatorade after his winning RBI-single against the Seattle Mariners.
  • Mountain to climb

    Former Tipperary goalkeeper and current columnist with the 42.ie Brendan Cummins won his ninth Poc Fada yesterday.
  • The long goobye

    Richard Johnson is given a guard of honour by his fellow jockeys at Goodwood on his final day before retirement.
  • Nice one!

    Damien Kirwan of Waterford with Team Ireland ambassador Robbie Keane at the Special Olympics in LA.
  • Sport hurts

    Kansas City keeper Tim Melia makes a brave save against the Houston Dynamo.
  • On the money

    Martin Mubiru lands a perfect shot on Paul Quinn at the Big Fight Night in Belfast on Saturday.

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