It's Sunday so here are 13 of our favourite images from the sporting week

From Cheltenham to Tralee, the Aviva Stadium to Madison Square Garden.

1. A New York celebration for Michael Conlan with Matthew Macklin, Manny Robles and Conor McGregor on hand to join in.

Michael Conlan celebrates with Matthew Macklin, Manny Robles and Conor McGregor Source: Tom Hogan/INPHO

2. An aerial Aviva battle between Peter O’Mahony and Billy Vunipola on the last day of the Six Nations.

Peter O'Mahony with Billy Vunipola

3. Schools collision – Belvedere College’s Ruadhan Byron and Charlie Ryan of Blackrock College in Friday’s Leinster decider at the RDS.

Ruadhan Byron and Charlie Ryan Source: Colm O'Neill/INPHO

4. So close – Shamrock Rovers Ronan Finn and Graham Burke react to a missed chance.

Ronan Finn reactes with Graham Burke to a missed chance

5. This year’s Gold Cup champion, Sizing John and Robbie Power claimed Cheltenham glory on Friday.

Sizing John ridden by Robbie Power comes home to win Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

6. No Six Nations title but Johnny Sexton and Simon Zebo get to celebrate a win over England.

Jonathan Sexton and Simon Zebo celebrate winning

7. Dublin fans watch the action unfold in a packed goalmouth in Tralee.

Brendan Kealy

8. Loreto players rejoice as another All-Ireland camogie title is on the way to Kilkenny.

Loreto players celebrate at the final whistle

9. Trading blows – Andy Lee and KeAndrae Leatherwood in Madison Square Garden.

Andy Lee in action against KeAndrae Leatherwood

10. A thunderclap at Croke Park after Cuala’s moment of All-Ireland glory.

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Cuala celebrate with the trophy to the fans

11. Captain Diarmuid Codyre gets to share in the victory spotlight after the Connacht schools cup final with his nephew Matthew.

Diarmuid Codyre with his nephew Matthew Codyre after the game

12. All smiles for Ruby Walsh and Willie Mullins on Thursday in Cheltenham.

Ruby Walsh celebrates with Willie Mullins

13. Joy for Colm Cooper and Pat O’Shea as Dr Crokes are All-Ireland champions once more.

Colm Cooper celebrates with Pat O'Shea

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