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Chin up! Here are 15 of our favourite images from the sporting week
Now with added half-game suspensions.

SAY CHEESE, HERE are the sports pics of the week.

Chin up! Here are 15 of our favourite images from the sporting week
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  • Monaghan ladies rejoice after sealing a place in the All-Ireland final.

    Source: ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan
  • Munster and London Irish contest a line-out at Musgrave Park on Friday.

    Source: ©INPHO/James Crombie
  • Roger Federer returns a shot to Carlos Berlocq during at the US Open.

    Source: Kathy Willens
  • Johnny Manziel, suspended for half of this game, celebrates a Texas A&M touchdown yesterday.

    Source: AP/Press Association Images
  • Mark Foster during the ISPS Handa Wales Open at Celtic Manor.

  • Chaos at Celtic Park as Neil Lennon celebrates James Forrest's late goal.

    Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images
  • Santi Cazorla tackled by Fenerbahce's Gokhan Gonul.

    Source: AP/Press Association Images
  • Daryl Kavanagh celebrates after opening the scoring for St Pat's.

    Source: ©INPHO/Donall Farmer
  • Bourton Rovers XI take on Bourton Rovers 2nd XI in the annual football match in the River Windrush.

    Source: Joe Giddens
  • England's Tommy Fleetwood (and Maisy the family dog) with the Johnnie Walker Championships trophy.

    Source: Kenny Smith
  • Leinster 's Albert Van Der Merwe called LBW by Northern Knights' wicket keeper Chris Dougherty.

    Source: Darren Kidd/
  • Ian Madigan caught a little off guard.

    Source: ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan
  • Trap, always with the hand gestures.

    Source: ©INPHO/Donall Farmer
  • Annalise Murphy captured in an iconic image before today's Laser World Championships get under way.

    Source: ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy
  • Michael Hoey takes a moment to ponder during the Northern Ireland Open Challenge.

    Source: ©Russell Pritchard / Presseye

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