NI sporting weekend in photos

Glasgow's Chris Fusaro tackles Ulster number eight Nick Williams during the Pro12 game at Ravenhill
Glasgow's Chris Fusaro tackles Ulster number eight Nick Williams during the Pro12 game at Ravenhill
Jared Payne tackles Tommy Seymour as Ulster lose 13-12 to Glasgow in Belfast
Jared Payne tackles Tommy Seymour as Ulster lose 13-12 to Glasgow in Belfast
Hat-trick hero Andrew Waterworth is congratulated by Billy Joe Burns during Linfield's 4-1 win over Ballymena United
Hat-trick hero Andrew Waterworth is congratulated by Billy Joe Burns during Linfield's 4-1 win over Ballymena United
Guy Bates and David Rainey scored goals in Glenavon's 4-1 win over Dungannon Swifts
Guy Bates and David Rainey scored goals in Glenavon's 4-1 win over Dungannon Swifts
Michael McKerr and Kevin Braniff in action as second-placed Portadown defeat Dungannon Swifts 2-1
Michael McKerr and Kevin Braniff in action as second-placed Portadown defeat Dungannon Swifts 2-1
Stephen Lowry and Ryan Campbell in action as Coleraine go down 2-1 to Ballinamallard United
Stephen Lowry and Ryan Campbell in action as Coleraine go down 2-1 to Ballinamallard United
John Boyle and Timmy Adamson compete for the ball in Warrenpoint Town's 1-1 draw with Crusaders
John Boyle and Timmy Adamson compete for the ball in Warrenpoint Town's 1-1 draw with Crusaders
Martin Donnelly celebrates one of Cliftonville's goals in their 4-1 win over Glentoran with Liam Boyce
Martin Donnelly celebrates one of Cliftonville's goals in their 4-1 win over Glentoran with Liam Boyce
Tiernan Coyle and Cathal Malone vie for possession as Clare outclass Antrim in the Under-21 hurling decider at Semple Stadium
Tiernan Coyle and Cathal Malone vie for possession as Clare outclass Antrim in the Under-21 hurling decider at Semple Stadium
Cathal O'Connell consoles Michael Bradley after Clare defeat Antrim 2-28 to 0-12 in the All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling final
Cathal O'Connell consoles Michael Bradley after Clare defeat Antrim 2-28 to 0-12 in the All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling final
Barry McNamee
Barry McNamee shows his disappointment after FAI Cup holders Derry City crash out 1-0 to Sligo Rovers in their quarter-final