Gallery: The Examiner Photos Of The Week, March 14-20 March 21, 2014, 10:28 a.m.Tweet Print Story The pick of our photos of the week from our photo archives. Gallery: The Examiner Photos Of The Week, March 14-20 Zoologist and TV host Chris Humphrey and Tasmania Zoo's 18 month old Wombat Carrie celebrate Tasmania Zoo's 11th birthday. Photo by Geoff RobsonGreens' leader Nick McKim speaks to party faithful on election night. Photo by Scott GelstonWill Hodgman, flanked by his wife Nicky, claming victory for thr Liberals at the Tally Room on election night. Photo by Scott GelstonHunters and Collectors, singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Seymour at A Day On The Green. Photo by Paul ScamblerToby Omenihu of Norwood won the elite athlete event of the Balfour Burn in one minute 10 seconds. Photo by Phillip Biggs Toby Omenihu (left) won the elite athlete event of the Balfour Burn in one minute 10 seconds, a second ahead of Darcy Lahey (right). Photo by Phillip BiggsGuitarist “The Wizard” Justin Johnson beside the Meander River at Deloraine. Photo by Phillip Biggs'The Irish' pub, owner James Harding promoting St Patrick's Day. Photo by Mark Jesser.Three generations of umpires: Montana Stubbings (15, centre), Chris Robson and Damon Robson. Photo by Phillip Biggs.Launceston body builder and Mr Australasia: Kieran Norquay of Launceston. Photo by Paul ScamblerPhantom of the Opera cast couple Jarrad Ennis and Sophie Fenton engaged on stage at Princess Theatre. Photo by Phillip BiggsThird and fourth grade NTCA cricket captains: Nathan Freeman of George Town Saints, Matthew Allen of Westbury Shamrocks, Stan Tyson of Westbury Shamrocks, Andrew Nichols of South Launceston Cricket Club. Photo by Phillip Biggs Multi Births Awareness BBQ on Sunday. Pictured Twins Mia and Rory Broomhall, 2 with Mum Tammie Broomhall of Burnie. Photo by Mark Jesser Longford's Aiden Nunn and his eight-year-old stallion Barcoorah Gun Powder will travel to New South Wales to compete in The Man from Snowy River next month. Photo by Zona BlackThe Westbury Village Green was a magnet for people celebrating St Patrick's Day with music, dance and food. Photo by Peter SandersMarch in March set off from Parliament lawns just as Will Hodgman and his team got started on the task ahead. Photo by Scott GelstonUTAS Colours Run preview: Sharon King , Active Launceston Co-Ordinator, Nicole Dobber, Reach Out Volunteer, Hayden Fox, Active Launceston Information manager, Rachel Grantham, Active Launceston Project manager. Photo by Paul ScamblerThe Westbury Village Green was a magnet for people celebrating St Patrick's Day with music, dance and food. Photo by Peter SandersNorth Launceston Football Club new recruits: Josh Ponting, Damien Medwin and Ryan Worn with North Coach, Zane Littlejohn. Photo by Geoff RobsonTweetFacebook of ╳exitThe pick of our photos of the week from our photo archives.