Cathall King, captain of Na Piarsaigh lifts the Cup as his side secured their fourth Munster hurling crown
Na Piarsaigh Manager Shane O'Neill celebrates with Niall Buckley after their win in Thurles
Munster's Darren Sweetnam who scored his first international try against Fiji on Saturday
Ian Keatley, who kicked two vital penalty goals to secure a win over Fiji at the Aviva
Munster's Chris Farrell who won his first Irish cap against Fiji on Saturday night
Cork City manager John Caulfield who was named PFAI Manager of the year for 2017
Preston's former Cork City striker Sean Maguire, who was named PFAI Players Player of the year
Ger Malone, Vice President of the Munster Branch presents the cup to Nenagh Ormond Captain John Healy
Liam Cronin and Sam Gleeson, Garryowen, in action against John Coffey and David Gleeson, Nenagh Ormond during the Limerick Charity Cup final
Bruff captain, Paddy O’Leary lifts the Moss Brouder Cup after winning the Junior B County final
Bruff fans jump for joy as their side win the Junior B final
Australian manager Chris Scott, left, and captain Shaun Burgoyne lift Cormac McAnallen Cup as Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail looks on after the Virgin Australia International Rules Series 2nd test at the Domain Stadium in Perth, Australia
The weekend that was, in pictures. We have taken some of the sports stories from the weekend and wrapped them all up here for you in a slideshow. Enjoy.
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