Week in pictures... the images that shaped our week in The Yorkshire Post

Sunsetting over the Doubler Stones on the South West edge of Ilkley Moor above Silsden. (Picture Bruce Rollinson')
Sunsetting over the Doubler Stones on the South West edge of Ilkley Moor above Silsden. (Picture Bruce Rollinson')
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From rugby league to running and circus acts to Buffalo Bill, this has been a busy week in The Yorkshire Post - re-live some of the highlights in our picture package slideshow.

1: Sun setting over the Doubler Stones on the South West edge of Ilkley Moor above Silsden. (Picture: Bruce Rollinson)

2: Leeds Rhinos players look dejected after Wigan score a try in their Magic Weekend victory against Leeds. (Picture: Steve Riding)

3: Great Britain’s Alastair Brownlee celebrates winning the Gold medal during the Vitality World Triathlon in London. (Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire)

4: Yorkshire batsman Adam Lyth scored his maiden Test century at Headingley this week against New Zealand. (Picture: Steve Riding)

5: Abdul Kayar, Abul Abedin, and Nurul Amin, Board of Directors outside the Banglageshi Community Centre, Roundhay Road, Leeds where a brawl broke out during their annual general meeting.

6: The Moscow State Circus production 7 Zhelaniy, at Harewood House near Leeds. Pictured are Natalia Mentenseva, and Vladimur Georgieski. (Picture James Hardisty)

7: New Zealand’s Tim Southee (centre) on day four of the Investec Second Test at Headingley, Leeds. (Picture: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)

8: Picture of the then Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy, who died aged 55 this week, preparing his conference speech in his Imperial Hotel room in Blackpool. (Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire)

9: Ladies that shoot. Pictured with Bransdale keeper Rogan Wheeldon, Emma Shaw shooting on Bransdale Moor. (Picture: Gerard Binks)

10: Inline Skating Star Jenna Downing, pictured with pupils at Corpus Christi School, Leeds. (Picture by Simon Hulme)

11/12: Race For Life at Temple Newsam, Leeds. Pictured are ladies warming up for their 5k race. (Picture: James Hardisty)

13: Janet Street-Porter, TV celebrity and lifetime walking enthusiast and Mike Church, Chair, Ramblers’ Association West Riding Area lead ramblers past the lake in Roundhay Park at the start of the Leeds Festival of Walking. (Picture: Tony Johnson)

14: Hannah Wray, 20, of Harrogate, cools off in the outdoor Swimming Pool at David Lloyd Leisure Centre, York. (Picture James Hardisty)

15: Pupils from Kirkstall Valley Primary School, won a competition to re-name a bridge at Cardigan Fields, Kirkstall, Leeds. It is being re-named the Buffalo Bill Bridge. Zoya Siddique (left) aged 6 and Nell Madden aged 7 are pictured walking over the Bridge. (Picture: Simon Hulme)