The Week In Pictures May 4th- May 10th

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Queen of the South manager Allan Johnstone was crowned the PFA "Manager of the Year" Credit: Queen of the South FC
Queen of the South striker Nicky Clark was crowned PFA "Player of the Year" for Division Two Credit: Queen of South FC
Plaques and message boards were erected in the Scottish Borders to commemorate the Battle of Philiphaugh which claimed 200 lives Credit: ITV News Border
Chris Ritson was named as the Cornet for Hawick at the traditional "Picking Night" in the town Credit: ITV News Border
Cornet Chris Ritson was led by Hawick Pipes and Drums band on "Picking Night" Credit: ITV News Border
Volunteers helped to transform the dark underpasses in Carlisle into bright welcoming areas Credit: ITV News Border
Over 50 volunteers helped revitalise the Subways leading to Bitts Park and the Sands Centre in Carlisle Credit: ITV News Border
A significant war memorial on New Abbey Road in Dumfries was defaced by vandals who spray painted it green Credit: ITV News Border
The Brathay Trust Marathon gets underway in Windermere with competitors running 10 marathons in 10 days Credit: ITV News Border
61-year-old John McCann is the oldest competitor taking part in the epic marathon challenge to raise money for Brathay Trust Credit: ITV News Border