Hurmugul Toyeva, 16, from Turkmenistan who competed in the International Festival of Draughts in Buncrana.
The festival attracted nearly 100 top international players.
Gochmyrat Gochakov, 11, from Turkmenistan, deep in concentration.
Studying the board during the world draughts tournament held at the Inishowen Gateway Hotel.
Peadar Sweeney keeps score during the tournament.
Jim Doyle, left, who travelled from Kent to cheer on cousin, Liam Doyle, East Wall, Dublin, in the tournament.
Draughts Grandmasters, Alex Moiseyev, who is Russian-born but now living in the US and Hugh Devlin of Manorcunningham, Ireland's top seeded player and one of the festival organisers.
The new Women's World (3-Move) Champion, Amangul Durdyeva, Turkmenistan, who lifted the title in Buncrana after beating existing title holder Patricia Breen of Carlow.
Ireland's top-rated female draughts player, Patricia Breen, a 31-year old accountant from Carlow.
Day two of the festival at Buncrana's Gateway Hotel.