Obituaries: Cork


Aherne, Jim
The passing of a great handballed who was also a great friend and will be sadly missed Jim Aherne from St Joseph's Place but originally from Barrack Hill.
03 February 2011

Aherne, Paddy Moss
The recent death of Paddy Moss Ahern from St. Colman’s Terrace, Cloyne has caused widespread grief, not alone throughout his native Cloyne, but the East Cork region in general.
31 January 2003

As it Happened: All-Ireland Hurling Final Tracker
Welcome to what was the biggest day of the year on the hurling calendar.
04 September 2016

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker
The Munster senior football championship replay was centre stage in today's action.
18 July 2015

As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker
Today saw the last of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers take place as there were two games to be decided this afternoon.
30 July 2016

As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker
Welcome to what was the busiest Saturday afternoon on the GAA front this year.
09 July 2016

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker
There were four games down for decision throughout the course of the day.
18 June 2016

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker
All roads led to Croke Park this weekend as the first two of the NFL finals took place.
23 April 2016

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker
We're into the height of the GAA season as the games keep coming thick and fast.
25 June 2016

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker
This afternoon saw four All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers take place.
16 July 2016

As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker
There was another busy Saturday ahead of us with games in the All-Ireland SHC and SFC qualifiers as well as an Ulster SFC semi-final replay.
02 July 2016

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
The concluding games of round five of the Allianz NFL were down for decision this afternoon.
19 March 2017

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
It may be Lá na gClubanna but there was one game on today's fixture list and that is the Allianz NHL Division 1 final replay.
08 May 2016

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Welcome to our latest edition of our live match tracker as we picked up where we left off last night.
05 February 2017

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Round Three of the National Football league continued this afternoon.
26 February 2017

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
It was provincial final day in both Munster and Connacht this afternoon.
10 July 2016

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Today we saw the first of this year's All-Ireland senior hurling championship semi-finals take place.
07 August 2016

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Welcome to what was the final round of fixtures in this year's National Hurling League.
20 March 2016

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
There was action from both the National hurling and football leagues this afternoon.
06 March 2016

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
It was a double weekend again as we brought you action from the NHL and NFL campaigns.
05 March 2017

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Welcome to what was the second part of our weekend live match tracker as we continued the action in the National Hurling League today.
21 February 2016

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
We had plenty of action this afternoon with three hurling games and a football match down for decision.
05 June 2016

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
One of the busiest days on the GAA calendar descended on us this afternoon.
12 February 2017

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
This weekend was the turn of the small ball code to take centre stage.
20 November 2016

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Football took centre stage this afternoon as we had quarter-finals and semi-finals down for decision in all four provinces.
13 November 2016

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
The last of the penultimate round of the Allianz NFL matches were down for decision this afternoon.
27 March 2016

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
This afternoon saw no fewer than 14 county finals take place around the country.
23 October 2016

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
We're into November and the games are still coming thick and fast as there were another seven down for decision this afternoon.
06 November 2016

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
It was football all the way today and we had no fewer than six games to cover this afternoon.
12 June 2016

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
There were two provincial finals down for decision this afternoon, along with an Ulster SFC semi-final replay.
03 July 2016

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
The remaining matches in round two of the Allianz NHL took place this afternoon.
19 February 2017

As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
There was action once again in both codes today as counties continued their battle for supremacy in their respective leagues.
13 March 2016

Barry, Paddy
The death of Paddy Barry on Thursday last caused widespread sadness through out Wolfhill, Luggacurren, Kellyville, The Swan and Milltown.
20 September 2011

Barry, Paddy
Cork’s GAA fraternity has been plunged into the mourning by the death of Paddy Barry of Sars’, one of the greatest hurlers ever produced by the Rebel County
11 January 2001

Barry, Sinead
Christmas will never quite be the same again in the Barry home at Cregane. As Jim and his wife Helen and daughter Sinead readied themselves for the short trip to attend midnight Mass at Timoleague, Sinead collapsed and died suddenly before they left the house. How different it all had been a short few hours before.
06 January 2005

Barry, Timmy
We lost one of our greatest members - the late Timmy Barry. Timmy was a great character, full of life, jolly, witty with a great sense of humour.
12 July 2007

Batterberry, Pat
The village of Castletownroche bid a fond farewell to one of its favourite sons on Saturday last when local post-master Pat Batterberry was laid to rest in the local cemetery.
06 November 2008

Black card rule=more scores
Statistics released by the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) show that the average number of points scored per game in this year's football championship was 9.5 per cent higher than last year.
02 October 2014

Bohane, Patrick
The Drishane and Tragumna neighbourhood has recently lost one of its kindest and most respected inhabitants with the death of Patrick Bohane.
17 May 2008

Boland, Billy
In the space of a couple of days, Kilbehenny village experienced bereavement with the sudden passing of Billy Boland of Geragh and long time resident of the village.
01 December 2011

Boyle, Paddy
The death of Paddy Boyle, publican and photographer on Sunday, January 4, last at St Finbarr's Hospital, Cork, has robbed Bandon, and his native Belfast, of one of its finest, most popular and most respected citizens.
10 January 2009

Brennan, Tommy
The people of Carbury are still reeling from the shock news on the tragic death of Tommy Brennan, Dunshaughlin and formerly Ticknevin, Carbury.
08 May 2012

Brien, Pad
A few days previously the news of Pad Brien's death had come as a huge shock. His full name was Patrick O'Brien, but in truth, if his death notice on the paper had simply said "The bread man in Castlelyons is dead"
05 January 2012

Brosnan, John Joe
Sports Editor John Barry pays this moving tribute to a dear friend and work colleague in John Joe Brosnan.
On life’s path, you can be lucky to meet special people. Through work, Through sport, Through normal, everyday activity.
31 March 2003

Bryan, Kitty
It is with sincere sadness and deep regret that we record the passing of Kitty Bryan, Cork Road, Fermoy who was called to her eternal reward on Monday, May 28th in the attentive care of the matron and staff of the Bon Secours Hospital, Cork.
21 June 2007

Buckley, Billy
The plaintive wail of the long horn, carried in a bitter east wind in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Kilmurray, recently, marked the final tribute to the late Billy Buckley, Belmount Lower, Crookstown. Fitting it was too, for Bill was a life-long hunting enthusiast.
31 March 2003

Buckley, Connie "Sonny"
The death has taken place of former Cork hurler Connie "Sonny" Buckley, the oldest surviving All-Ireland winning captain.
31 January 2009

Buckley, Dan
Kilbrin is saddened by the passing last weekend of Dan Buckley in his 93rd year, the last remaining link with the founding fathers of Kilbrin GAA club.
31 May 2012

Buckley, Joanie
If there was a lull at a match, then patrons could expect the bellow of 'Up the Rockies' from the late Joanie Buckley, who passed away last Thursday.
28 March 2013

Burke, Denis
’He strode through this earth like a giant colossus. And now, the great master of ceremonies from Bandon must be striding through the Heavens,’ declared Monsignor Kevin O’Callaghan of the late Denis Burke.
28 February 2003

Butler, Paddy
A famous person once said,"Only a life lived for others, is worth living." That quotation most certainly fitted the late Paddy Butler.
27 March 2014

Buttimer, Tom
One of Ballinhassig's most popular figures, Mr Tom Buttimer, passed away peacefully at the Bon Secours Hospital, Cork on Good Friday.
30 April 2011

Byrne, Michael
Last week the club learned of the passing of Michael Byrne, former Garda Superintendent at Midelton and Union Quay.
01 December 2012

Carey, Joyce
The death occurred recently of our esteemed life president Carey Joyce. Carey was a great character and you would have a most enjoyable conversation with him no matter what the subject was.
04 November 2010

Carey, Tony
On Easter Sunday, 2008 the Parish of Adrigole and surrounding areas were deeply saddened by the news of Tony Carey’s death.
19 April 2008

Carlow proposal to be discussed
Carlow's proposal for a new format to the All-Ireland SFC will be discussed at Central Council later this year.
07 August 2015

Carrig, Jim
When we come to describe the life of Jim Carrig we use terms like honesty, integrity, a perfect gentleman, a great neighbour, a marvellous husband, a man of deep faith. He was all of these but the two words uppermost in my mind are Community and Leadership.
30 November 2004

Carroll, Jimmy
The death occurred of Jimmy Carroll, Knocklong, Co Limerick. The father of the famous hurling brothers, Mossie, Brian and Frankie, the deceased himself achieved considerable distinction on the hurling field.
12 July 2007

Casey, Fr. Con
The major refurbishment of the churches of Rathcormac and Bartlemy stand as a tribute to former parish priest, Fr Con Casey who died at Nazareth Nursing Home in Mallow, aged 91.
13 December 2007

Casey, John
On the road out west out of Beauty's Home, there is a signpost for the Gap of Dunloe; by following that signpost it will lead to another which reads, 'The Black Valley.'
21 March 2013

Championship tweets: "Up the Dubs!!! It's time to celebrate"
The curtain came down on the 2015 inter-county gaelic football season yesterday and the Dubs are celebrating All-Ireland title number 25...
21 September 2015

Championship tweets: The Village celebrates
It's probably safe to assume that there is no shortage of sore heads around the country this morning following yesterday's club final schedule.
20 October 2014

Clifford, Johnny
All Corkonians must have been saddened to hear of the passing of Johnny Clifford.
30 October 2007

Clifford, Paddy
It is with deep regret that The Avondhu learned of the passing of Paddy Clifford, Gurteenatarriffe, Mitchelstown in the loving care of the the matron and staff of St Patrick's Community Hospital in Fermoy.
26 January 2012

Clifford, Peter
A proud Ballydesmond man who never forgot his native Foyle and made numerous trips home in the six decades that he lived in England passed away after a short illness.
19 August 2010

Collins, Pat
All activity in the club last weekend was cancelled due to the untimely death of clubman Pat Collins, after a long illness borne with fortitude.
31 May 2004

Collins, Pat (PJ)
It is difficult to accept that Pat (PJ) Collins of Bandon has died. Pat was born in 1938 on the townland of Edencurra, quite close to the village of Ballinacarriga where the chieftain Randol óg Hurley built his castle in 1675
20 October 2012

Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final tickets
We have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 4 September.
23 August 2016

Cooney, Eddie
Eddie Cooney passed away quietly in the presence of his family just after Christmas and the news shocked and saddened so many people in Carrigaline and further afield, who knew and admired this great Gael.
12 January 2008

Coughlan, Dan
Dan Coughlan left Main Street, Ballydehob, to go to Farrnderris as a young student almost 80 years ago an though he never forgot his roots it was in Cork city and especially with the Glen Rovers GAA Club and Cork hurling that he made an indelible contribution.
16 May 2009

Coughlan, Paddy
The death occurred on December 19 of Paddy Coughlan, Lisnasallagh, Fermoy at his residence after an illness bravely borne. The late Paddy, a member of the farming community was known over a very wide area.
06 January 2011

Counihan selects league winning fifteen for Kerry test
The Cork team to face Kerry in the Munster semi-final has been announced.
07 June 2012

Creamer, Ned
A vital link of the very successful Grange teams of the fifties and sixties passed to his eternal reward recently. The player in question was that outstanding footballer, Ned Creamer, a great midfielder where his high fielding and lengthy kicking were a feature of his game.
27 October 2005

Creed, Donal
It was with deep sorrow and regret that the club recently learnt of the untimely passing of one of its finest sons, Mr
05 September 2001

Cronin, Jimmy
Another link with the past was severed when Jimmy ’Iry’ Cronin passed to his eternal reward at the age of 78. Jimmy was not only a lifetime supporter of the Dohenys Club but also wore the green jersey with pride in the 1950s.
30 November 2007

Cronin, Joe
On a Saturday, Pad Joe Cronin of Ballymartle was laid to rest in a little rural cemetery in Cullen near Riverstick.
He is now resting in the heartland of his parish and community which he served honestly and faithfully throughout his life. The place will be much the poorer for his passing.
30 April 2004

Cronin, John
The untimely passing of Mallow man John Cronin brought a void that will never be filled. He bore his illness with a marvellous attitude and dignity before his peaceful passing at Cork University on Sunday, October 21.
01 November 2012

Crotty, John
He was the most kind-hearted person you could wish to meet in a day's walk.
09 June 2011

Crowley, Joe
Joe Crowley died on Easter Sunday morning after a short illness. Born at Castleview, of farming stock, it was ’to school through the fields’ to Timoleague for Joe together with his brother and three sisters.
30 April 2004

Crowley, Johnny
No words of mine can adequately do justice to honour the late Johnny Crowley of Castletownbere, or ’Wizzie’ as he was affectionately known. He was, without doubt, the greatest clubman the Castletownbere G.A.A. Club has ever had. He was small in stature, but big in heart.
31 May 2004

Crowley, Paddy
Many people in the Beara and surrounding districts are again mourning the loss of a dear friend with the deeply regretted death, which took place at St. Joseph's Hospital, Castletownbere, of Mr Patrick (Paddy) Crowley MPSI Medical Hall, West End, Castletownbere.
18 October 2008

Crowley, Sean
It is with sadness and regret that we record the recent passing of our esteemed president, Sean Crowley.
24 September 2009

Culloty, Donal
A Mallow man who spent most of his life serving the community passed away at Cork University Hospital on Tuesday, April 24. Donal Culloty from Castlepark Avenue worked at various positions at Mallow Sugar Factory and will be well known for his activity is such groups as the FCA, Mallow GAA Club and Mallow Red Cross.
03 May 2012

Curry, Mick
The Late Mickey Curry
02 December 2010

Curry, Mickey
The Late Mickey Curry
02 October 2010

Curry, Mickey
It was with shock we learned of the unexpected death of Mickey Curry.
02 October 2010

Daly, Bernie
A vote of sympathy on the loss of Councillor Bernie Daly, who died on Wednesday February 23rd, were passed unanimously at a special meeting of Skibbereen Town Council.
28 March 2005

Deane, Henry
Henry Deane passed from this life in the early hours of Wednesday April 7th, 2010.
24 April 2010

Deasy, Liam
The unexpected death of Liam Deasy in December ended the life of a man who was a dynamic footballer in his day and a very able and respected administrator with his beloved Bandon GAA Club.
05 January 2013

Denis Lonergan
Denis (Denny) Lonergan of Glengar, Burncourt left this earth, suddenly on Friday, April 24th.
19 May 2011

Dennehy, John
The friends were legion who learned with regret of the death which occurred after a long illness bravely borne at St Joseph’s Hospital, Castletownbere of John Dennehy, Droum North, Castletownbere.
13 April 2006

Dennehy, Pat
Kilbrin GAA Club bade farewell to one of its finest hurlers during the past week. Pat Dennehy donned the blue and white colours for a decade from 1954 until injury forced him out of the game in the mid 1960s.
20 December 2012

Dennigan, Jimmy
Yes indeed it was a sad farewell not only to his wife Kathleen and their families, but to the thousands of sporting people from all parts of Cork County and even further afield who will remember Jimmy with great affection not just from his playing days with Fermoy and Cork teams but also from his many years spent as the man in the middle at games from juvenile grade right up to the top level senior grade.
10 January 2013

Dennigan, Jimmy
The death of Fermoy man Jimmy Dennigan is being widely mourned this week, not least by Fermoy GAA Club to which he gave a lifetime's sterling service, writes Ellen Lynch.
03 January 2013

Devine, John
It's hard to express in words the shock and sadness felt with the recent passing of John Devine, Reenacoolagh, Ballysaggart, Lismore following an accident on Friday, September 7, 2007.
30 September 2007

Dolan, Tom
The death took place recently of the Fermoy-born Tom Dolan in New Jersey USA.
09 March 2012

Donovan, Billy
On the hill in Raheen we laid Billy Donovan to rest, his earthly journey at an end.
18 February 2014

Donovan, Michael
The last surviving member of the famed Oldcastletown man which won North Cork and county junior hurling championships in 1943 passed to his eternal reward.
13 March 2008

Dorgan, Matty
Killavullen was in mourning recently following the death of GAA stalwart Matty Dorgan who died suddenly on Friday, January 13th, 2006.
26 January 2006

Dorgan, Pat
Though Pat Dorgan had been ill for some time, everyone in Ballyhooly and his numeous friends and acquaintances further afield were very shocked to hear of his death early on monday morning
28 March 2013

Dorney, Martin
A gentleman on and after off the field
13 January 2011

Downey, Tim
On thursday afternoon, November 3 last, with the aid of modern technology, mobile phoning and texting, the sad news was spread that Tim Downey’s one of Clonakilty GAA’s greatest sons, had died suddenly at his home.
12 November 2005

Downing, Jim
The unexpected death at the age of 66 of Mr Jim Downing, which occurred at his home in Urhan, Eyeries last week came as a great shock to his family and many friends in Beara and further afield.
12 May 2012

Dudley, Tony
The shock waves of Tony Dudley’s death are still being felt not only throughout, Beara but well beyond and the borders of this peninsula where Tony was well known. Tony’s death at the age of 66 has left a void the Beara community that will be hard to fill. He was a well known member of the Garnish community, having been born at Ballinnacarriga, third son in a family of ten by Dave and Peggy Dudley.
19 May 2007

Duffy: derogatory comments will now be dealt with
Paraic Duffy says disciplinary committees are "far more likely" to enforce the GAA's new ruling regarding derogatory comments from managers.
04 November 2014

Dwane, Padraig
The death occurred on Monday April 13 of Padraigh Dwane Ballynoe Kildorrery.
23 April 2009

Everard, Michael
On August 15th, Michael (Mick) Everard, Carrigtowhill, Co. Cork and formerly of Longorchard, Templetuohy was called to his eternal reward following a brief illness. He was 55 and the oldest of the family of five of the late Jack and Siobhan Everard.
30 August 2007

Farrell, Larry
It was with profound sadness that we learned on Thursday, November 29th of the death of Larry Farrell, Marian Terrace.
30 November 2007

Fitzgerald, Dan
Kiskeam bade a very heartfelt and teary farewell to Dan Fitzgerald of The Glen who was a true gentleman in every sense of the w
19 March 2009

Fitzgerald, Jim
There was great sadness all round at the news of the death of Jim Fitzgerald.
18 October 2012

Fitzgibbon, Michael
The GAA community in Britain is mourning the death of Michael Fitzgibbon the longest serving county board officer in the world.
20 February 2005

Fitzpatrick, Mossie
The late Mossie Fitzpatrick was born in Meelin in 1952 to parents Neilie and Mary. His father, Neilie, was a farrier as were many generations of the Fitzpatrick family before him. Mossie and his brother, Frank, carried on the tradition both training to become farriers.
21 February 2013

Flynn, Donal
It was with much regret and sadness that Galway’s hurling fraternity learned of the passing of former Liam Mellows, Galway and Connacht Railway Cup winner Donal Flynn.
30 December 2005

Foley, Fr Denis
The death took place recently of Fermoy native, Fr Denis Foley, Kimmage Manor, Dublin.
18 September 2008

Forde, Jim
Many in Courcey Rovers were saddened to hear of the recent passing of Jim Forde of the Ballinhassig GAA Club.
25 December 2010

Former GAA President Joe McDonagh dies
It was great sadness that we learned of the passing of former GAA President Joe McDonagh yesterday evening following a short illness.
21 May 2016

Forrest, John
'A true friend and a very special person' was how chairman of Ballygarvan GAA Club, Joe Kennefick, described the late John Forrest in a graveside tribute in September at the local cemetery following Requiem Mass in the local Church of Mary Mother of God, which huge numbers attended.
22 December 2012

Frawley, Bill
Despite the fact that he had been unwell for a reasonable short period of time, the news of this recent death sent shockwaves through his many friends and family connections in the Fermoy and the greater district all around.
16 June 2011

GAA President Elect chosen
Dublin's John Horan has been voted in as President-Elect of the GAA tonight at the Annual Congress in Croke Park.
24 February 2017

GAA propose to scrap All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals and introduce group stage
The GAA have announced proposed changes to the All-Ireland senior football championship - including plans to scrap the competition's quarter-finals.
04 August 2016

GAA/Basketball crossover programme
For many years, GAA players have turned to soccer and rugby to keep up their fitness levels over the winter, but they are now finding that basketball is of more benefit to them during the off-season.
23 September 2015

Gallagher, Seamus
It was with deep regret and sadness that his many friends in Beara heard of the death of Seamus Gallagher, Birch Grove, Umera, Macroom, which occurred after a short illness.
17 March 2007

Gardai urge clubs to be more vigilant
A Garda Sergeant has warned GAA clubs to be extra vigilant when moving money like gate receipts as there is no doubt that they are being watched.
15 April 2016

Get your diary out: the 2015 GAA Master fixture list for intercounty games
The GAA have released the master fixture list for 2015.
12 November 2014

Gillespie, Sean
With a heavy heart, I travelled with a lifelong friend Tommy McCusker from my home in Strabane to Mitchelstown, Co. Cork for the burial of out lifelong friend, Séan Gillespie.
01 April 2010

GPA rejects claims it took its eye off the ball in 'Super 8' debate
The GPA has come out fighting against accusations that it failed to properly consult with players in advance of the debate on the 'Super 8' motion which received the green light at Congress.
01 March 2017

Guiney, Bill
Death of Bill Guiney leaves a huge void in Rockchapel
03 January 2013

Hartnett, Pat
Deep regret was occasioned over a wide area by the death in Ealing, London, of Pat Hartnett. Pat who had just celebrated his 85th birthday, was a member of a well-known Ardgroom family.
28 April 2003

Harty, William 'Danno'
His many friends in Fermoy were saddened to hear of the death of Willie Harty which occurred in Manchester recently.
17 June 2010

Hayes, Jeremiah
The recent passing of Jeremiah Hayes of Burgatia, at a comparatively early age, cast a deep pall of gloom over the entire Rosscarbery community.
17 May 2008

Healy, Margaret
The recent passing of Margaret Healy (nee O’Brien) was widely regretted in GAA circles and particularly in Bishopstown where she had resided for the past 42 years.
10 April 2008

Hegarty, John
All people associated with Clyda Rovers GAA were saddened to learn of the passing of John Hegarty last week. John who hailed from Vicarstown originally moved to Old Dromore many years ago. He first got involved in Clyda Rovers GAA Club in the early 70's.
17 January 2013

Hegarty, Kieran
The communities of Monkstown, Ringaskiddy and Carrigaline were plunged into mourning following the sudden death on May 3rd of one of the area's sportsmen.
15 May 2011

Hennessy, Jer
The death occurred unexpectedly on January 7 of Jer Hennessy, Upper Corrogurm, Mitchelstown.
23 January 2014

Hennessy, Michael J
Michael J Hennessy of Danaghmore, Kilfinane was called to his eternal reward in the early hours of Tuesday, March 12th.
09 May 2013

Hennessy, Rev Fr. Declan
It was with sheer shock and sadness on Monday last; May 17th the Gaels of East Cork received the bad news of the sudden death of Rev. Fr. Declan Hennessy P.P. Mallow.
27 May 2010

Herlihy, Dr Michael
We can never picture the day when they will be gone, leaving a huge void that can never really be filled. These people are usually defined by their deeds, not by just their words. They seem to possess the power of bi-location and boundless energy, leaving a mark on all our
lives
11 May 2013

Hogan, Jim
It is with pangs of sincere sadness that we note the death of one of the most noted and genuine sons of the Village of Castletownroche, the late Jim Hogan, who resided with his wife Margaret and family at Ashgrove.
30 May 2013

Holland, Cian
Fourteen-year-old Cian Holland lost his battle against cancer on Sunday, January 22, leaving behind heartbroken parents, brothers and extended family and scores of devastated fellow students and staff at Clonakilty Community College.
04 February 2006

Holland, Michael
When all is said and done it is only a game and even though we rant and rave when games are lost or players do peculiar things on the pitch, we can walk away and come back again another day for more. Not so Michael Holland.
30 June 2005

Hurling: Five to Watch
The National Hurling Leagues offer managers the opportunity to unearth new talent and this year's campaign is no different.
08 March 2017

Hurling: Five Top Sods
What is the perfect pitch for hurling? Here is what we think are five of the top pitches in the country for the small ball code.
10 March 2017

Hussey, Michael
The death occurred on Friday, January 11, 2008 of Causeway native Michael (Mick) Hussey, Rose Ville, Market Street, Skibbereen.
30 January 2008

Hyland, Denis
The death occurred unexpectedly on Thursday, May 2, at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin of Denis Hyland, formerly Upper Cork Street, Mitchelstown
01 January 2001

Inter-provincials 'in a coma'
Connacht manager John Tobin believes that Croke Park must make a decision on the future of the inter-provincials as they are 'in a coma'.
22 December 2016

Introduction of new playing rules deferred
At the recent GAA Congress, a number of changes were made to the playing rules of football and hurling, including the introduction of the 'one-on-one penalty' and advantage rule in hurling.
23 March 2015

Joyce, Carey
Remembering Carey Joyce
02 December 2010

Kavanagh highlights CPA role
CPA Executive Member Derek Kavanagh believes that making players aware of their cause is their main focus at the moment.
20 January 2017

Kearney, Denis
It was with great sadness the Kilbrin community lost one of its greatest members with the passing of Denis (Dinny) kearney at his residence Garrison, recently.
18 December 2008

Keating, Jerry
Jerry Keating RIP
13 November 2010

Keating, Jerry
Sadness at death of Jerry Keating
04 November 2010

Kelleher, Denis ’Toots’
The death has taken place of Denis ’Toots’ Kelleher, acknowledged as one of the greats of Cork football
01 January 2001

Kelleher, Paul
The greater Mallow region experienced great shock and sadness at the unexpected death of Paul Kelleher while on vacation in Portugal on Saturday, September 21.
03 October 2013

Kelleher, Paul
The Clyda Rovers GAA club was stunned last Saturday afternoon when the tragic news emerged that Paul Kelleher from Quartertown had unexpectedly passed away.
26 September 2013

Kelly, Kevin
Our beloved brother, Kevin, departed this life on Wednesday morning June 23rd 2004 and died in a peaceful and serene manner, synonymous with his lifestyle, in the presence of his loving wife, Eileen, daughters Kay, Bernadette, son Sean, Linda and members of his extended family.
30 July 2004

Kennedy, Paul
A dark cloud hung over the area last Wednesday, August 28th, with the sad news that Paul Kennedy had passed to his eternal reward, following a long battle with illness which he so bravely fought with great dignity.
05 September 2013

Kennedy, Willie
The Fermoy area was thrown into a serious state of shock as the news filtered through of the death of a young and very active man, Willie Kennedy.
26 December 2013

Kenny, Joan
The death of Joan Kenny of Abbeylands occurred last week.
23 February 2012

Kerins, John
Cork football is in mourning following the death of former All-Ireland winning goalkeeper John Kerins yesterday (August 21)
22 August 2001

Kingston, Sam & Nyhan, Edward
On the approach to Christmas, we remember two of Ballinascarthy's finest players who passed away in relatively recent times. Sam Kingston and Edward or Ned Nyhan, as everyone knew him, were loyal stalwarts of the club, both on and off the field.
15 December 2012

Live: Sunday Match Tracker
It may be the October Bank Holiday weekend, but there was still plenty of GAA action around the country this afternoon.
30 October 2016

Lombard, Tom
On Monday of last week, Tim Lombard, who had long been a stalwart of the Ballinhassig GAA Club, passed on after a short illness.
31 August 2013

Long, Ger
Regretfully in the recent past a very respected member of Newcestown GAA Club passed away after a long term illness.
16 August 2008

Lordan, Seamus
Many people in Beara are again mourning the loss of a deeply-regretted death, which occurred suddenly.
28 February 2003

Lotty, Robbie
On Tuesday April 25th, 2006, we in Cumann Luth Gael lost a great friend and colleague when the sad news came through that Robbie Lotty had died.
06 June 2006

Luddy, William (Billy)
Mitchelstown Trout Anglers are mourning the death of their beloved vice president Billy Luddy who passed away peacefully at his residence on Monday, July 19th.
20 July 2010

Lynch, Joe
Joe Lynch of Innishanon and Valley Rovers passed to his eternal reward on May 26 last, after an illness borne with dignity.
03 September 2005

Lynch, Mick
The lively legs that sprang into the air, the firm hands that plucked the ball out of the sky, the powerful hips that burst their
01 January 2001

Lyons, Raymond
The death of Raymond Lyons left a family without a father, a town without its greatest crusader and a Doheny in the truest sense of the word.
21 February 2009

Madden, Jimmy
The recent death of Jimmy Madden, Lislevane Post Office, has removed one of the most colourful personalities in Barryroe parish.
30 November 2002

Madden, Jimmy
The recent death of Jimmy Madden, Lislevane Post Office, has removed one of the most colourful personalities in Barryroe parish.
30 November 2002

Magnier, Pat
The sincere sympathy of the club is extended to the wife Patricia and family of the late Mr Pat Magner of Loughmahon, Cork and formerly of St Patrick’s Avenue, Fermoy who died in Cork.
19 July 2007

Maguire, Michael
The wider Bantry community is mourning the tragic loss of 21 year old Coomhola native and British Army member Michael Maguire, who died afar being hit by a stray bullet during a training exercise in Wales last week.
12 May 2012

Maloney, Eddie
A leading Gael well-known throughout London and the West Country has passed away after a short illness aged 73. Eddie Maloney hurled for his native Cork at Minor level before leaving him in Doneraile to find work on this side of the Irish Sea.
30 June 2005

Manning, Brother Denis
Brother Denis Manning, Salesian College, Pallaskenry, County Limerick who died on Sunday November 12, 2006 at St. John’s Hospital, Limerick was a former member of the community at Ballinakill in the ’70’s and ’80’s.
22 November 2006

Mannix, Kevin
Banteer and Gortmore wrapped a grieving family in the warmth of its sympathy following the untimely death of talented GAA player Kevin Mannix on St Stephen's Day.
31 December 2009

Mawe, Diarmuid
We buried Diarmuid Mawe last Monday week, retiring him prematurely to his final resting place in the new St. Finbarr’s burial ground.
03 May 2008

McAuliffe, Br Leo Simon
Simon McAuliffe was born in Garrettmcgarrett, Kinbrin, Kanturk. He joined De La Salle teaching order and was given the name, Br. Leo.
14 March 2007

McCarthy, Fr. Michael
There are some people who come among us and have the ability seemingly without effort of making us feel that we knew them all our lives.
29 August 2009

McCarthy, Jack
Jack McCarthy of Earlwood Estate, Togher, Cork was called to his eternal reward on August 22, 2003.

31 October 2003

McCarthy, Jack
Jack McCarthy of Earlwood Estate, Togher, Cork was called to his eternal reward on August 22, 2003.
18 October 2003

McCarthy, John
The recent death of John McCarthy, Ballincourcey, has removed one of the most popular personalities in the Timoleague/Darrara area.
31 July 2004

McCarthy, Raymond
Raymond Anthony McCarthy 24th October 1980 - 24th December 2005
04 March 2006

McCarthy, Tom
Our town and parish lost another one our highly respected persons with the passing to his eternal reward of Tom McCarthy, "The Forge", West Street.
19 August 2010

McCormack, Michael
The GAA community in Mallow received another body blow when the popular Michael McCormack was called to his eternal reward on Sunday 13th January
01 January 2001

McGrath, Joe
Well known GAA coach Joe McGrath passed away last week.
17 January 2013

McGrath, Stephen
There was widespread regret locally on the death of Stephen McGrath (Sunville, Ardpatrick) who died on Thursday last, March 31.
07 May 2011

McGuane, Fr Joe
A priest who'd served in Glanworth and Ballyhooly was laid to rest beside the sister he helped care for after he was tragically killed in a road accident just hours before she died on Thursday last.
19 December 2013

McHugh, John
A dark cloud and an air of gloom hung over our club on Friday morning last as our club president and former hurling stalwart John McHugh passed on to his eternal reward after a long illness which he bore with both dignity and bravery
27 November 2008

McHugh, John
The death took place at the CUH, Cork of John McHugh on Friday November 21.
27 November 2008

McHugh, John
John was called to his eternal reward on the morning of November 21st and left behind a trail of happy memories to his family and all who were lucky enough to be befriended by him.
11 December 2008

McSweeney, Myles
On January 28th last, sad news filtered through that Kilmurry’s long serving President Myles McSweeney had passed away following a brief illness.
23 February 2008

Moloney, Dano
It was with great sadness that we learned of the untimely passing of our dear friend Donal Moloney.
24 October 2013

Moloney, Jim
A life involved in sports especially GAA affairs wherever he went in Ireland. Jim learned to hurl in Killeagh East Cork, grew up listening to stories of legends in an area steeped in hurling tradition. Christy Ring was a regular caller to his home.
30 October 2007

Moore, Willie
In was with regret that I learned of Willie Moore death. His passing has left a void throughout his native Ballincurrig, the Parish of Lisgoold and County Cork in general.
31 May 2003

Moriarty, Ned
The death occurred after an illness of Edmund (Ned) Moriarty Thornhill Lawn Kilglass Mitchelstown on Saturday December 1.
13 December 2007

Moriarty, Tom
A link with Clonakilty’s proud GAA past was laid to rest when they buried Tom Moriarty in Tralee
01 January 2001

Morrissey, Tom
Tom Morrissey (RIP)
14 October 2010

Moynihan, Tadgh
Millstreet came to a standstill early this week as the local community came out in their droves to pay respect to the sadly departed Tadgh Moynihan.
30 September 2010

Murphy, Con
The GAA fraternity in Cork are still trying to come to terms with the passing of Con Murphy.
19 June 2007

Murphy, Darren
The closely-knit Ballinen community was plunged into a pall of gloom and heartbreak, last weekend, when news of the death of 21 years old Darren Murphy broke at tea time on Saturday evening.
15 November 2003

Murphy, Don
Communities either side of the Kerry/Cork border are this week coming to terms with the death of a popular 22-year-old who was killed in a single vehicle collision at Rathbeg, Rathmore, on Saturday night.
04 October 2012

Murphy, Eamonn
Players and fans from the world of handball gathered in Mallow last week to pay a final farewell to Eamonn Murphy who was so instrumental in the formation and success of the game in Mallow. Eamonn passed away at Marymount Hospice in Cork on Tuesday May 29.
07 June 2012

Murphy, Michael
The death occurred peacefully on July 15th at St Patrick’s Community Hospital Fermoy of Michael (Mikey) Murphy, Corrogrum, Mitchelstown. The late Michael was well known in the local and surrounding area.
24 July 2008

Murphy, Michael
The tragic deaths of Michael Murphy and James Sexton in a car accident on Sunday evening came as a terrible shock to their families and to the whole community to Castlelyons. Both have been involved in Gaelic games in the juvenile and adult clubs from an early age.
30 August 2007

Murphy, Michael (Mikey)
The death occurred peacefully on July 15 at St Patrick's Community Hospital, Fermoy of Michael (Mikey) Murphy, Corrogrum, Mitchelstown
26 July 2008

Murphy, Micheal (Haulie)
The people of Glanworth and surrounding area are in shock following the sudden death of young Micheal 'Haulie' Murphy on Friday last, when he fell from a tractor on the Killavullen to Glenville road.
29 August 2013

Murphy, Patrick
The people of Bere Island and every gael in Beara and further afield who knew Patrick Murphy were shocked on hearing of his sudden death on Thursday last.
13 June 2009

Murphy, Shane
GAA clubs across the county have united in grief following the sudden death of a "child prodigy" on the field of play this week.
13 December 2012

Murphy, Tony
Tributes were paid at a meeting of Cork County council’s Western Committee to the late Tony Murphy of Rosscarbery, who passed away last week. Carbery’s preparations for the Cork County Senior Football Final were marred by news of the death of Tony, one of the finest players in the club’s recent history.
30 October 2004

Murphy, Tony
Down through the years, the Carberry Rangers Club has produced a host of outstanding footballers, who have worn the green and gold with pride and distinction, but during the past forty years, one name has stood out above all others.
06 January 2005

Murray, Finbarr
The untimely death of Finbarr Murray from Ballard, Araglin came as a great shock to the entire community.
01 May 2008

Murray, Raymond
Castlelyons native, Raymond Murray passed away on 31st December 2011 after a long illness - he was 55.
02 February 2012

Naughton, Dermot
The father of well known Cork hurler Cathal Naughton died suddenly on Sunday when he was just about to remove bunting from the local GAA hall with friends
23 December 2009

No repetition of Tyrone-Cavan fiasco
Looks like there could be some key fixtures postponed over the weekend.
03 March 2017

Nyhan, Sonny
On Thursday morning, January 5, Sonny Nyhan, president of St. James’ G.A.A. Club, passed from this life at the fine old age of 91. His passing had left a great void in the seaside parishes of Ardfield and Rathbarry and far beyond.
14 January 2006

O Cualain, Seamus
Regret had been expressed in Connemara on the death of Mr Seamus O Cualain of Glor na dTonn, An Spideal.

01 August 2006

O Peicin, Fr Diarmuid
His friends in Beara especially in Castletownbere and Bere Island learned with regret of the death of Fr. Diarmuid O Peicin
15 March 2008

O Súilleabhain, Sean
The death took place of Sean O Suilleabhain, Ballinla, Freemount on Wednesday June 15 after a long illness borne with dignity and patience. Sean was born in Ventry near Dingle.
23 June 2011

O'Brien, Ciara
There were heartrending scenes as tragic crash victim, Ciara O'Brien was laid to rest in Fermoy.
30 April 2009

O'Ceallaigh, Conchubhar
A huge crowd attended the funeral in Baile Bhéuirne last weekend of Conchubhar O Ceallaigh, a farmer and community activist who died after a recent illness.
25 June 2009

O'Sullivan, Bobby
No sooner had Pat been laid to rest when news filtered through that former hurling great Bobby O Sullivan from Ballyadeen had passed to his eternal reward on Sunday last.
06 November 2008

O’Brien, Fr. J.J.
The late Fr. J.J. O’Brien once told Tom Morrison that he had a great passion hurling.
31 December 2002

O’Brien, Pa
Although he had been gravely ill for the previous three weeks, nevertheless it still came as a huge shock to everyone in our club and indeed in the whole area around Fermoy when the news broke of the death of one of our best clubmen and club players of recent years the late Pat (Pa) O’Brien of Lynch Tce, Fermoy.
20 July 2006

O’Donoghue, Brother Fabian
The death took place in Cork of Br Fabian O’Donoghue from Cree. A brother of Maura Lernihan, Clonwhite and the late Seán O’Donoghue, Cree, Br Fabian had been domiciled in Cork for many years and he was aged 71.
29 February 2008

O’Donovan, Henry
The death of Harry O’Donovan Ownahincha, came as a great shock to his family and his many friends in the Rosscarbery area and beyond. For someone who had been working full-time up to the day of his death, news of his sudden passing was heard with surprise and disbelief.
31 October 2002

O’Donovan, Joe
The sudden and untimely death of Joe O’Donovan of Douglas shocked and saddened the multitudes of people who have known and admired him over a lifetime. Accordingly, they came in large numbers to pay their respects at his removal and subsequent funeral to St. Michael’s Cemetery, Blackrock.
31 January 2003

O’Donovan, John
The death of John O’Donovan, Brownstown, Ballinspittle, has removed one of the most prominent personalities of the farming world, not alone in West Cork but throughout the whole country, where he had his presence felt on many issues most notably that related to the imposition of the nitrates restriction.
16 June 2007

O’Driscoll, Laura
Laura O’Driscoll, a student at Mercy Heights Secondary School in Skibberen, who was due to sit her junior certificate examination next June, died on Saturday at the Cork University Hospital, having taken ill two days previously.
31 January 2006

O’Dwyer, Nealie
The death of Nealie O’Dwyer which occurred at Plumpstead, South East London, at the comparatively early age of 68, recalls the golden years of gaelic football in Urhan and Beara in the fifties when he played with Beara having first come to prominence with his home club Urhan.
28 April 2003

O’Flynn, DJ
The last day of winter brought us the news that we wished not to hear and found hard to accept - the death, after a battle so determinedly fought of DJ O’Flynn, but known by one and all as the Bomber
01 January 2001

O’Keeffe, John
All Kilmeen and Kilbree GAA Club members were deeply saddened to learn of the death of John O’Keeffe, Coolnaconartha.
31 March 2005

O’Leary, Derek
Fermoy man, Derek O’Leary lost his battle for life on Friday, July 25th after having sustained serious injuries in a cycling accident, which took place on Thursday, July 17th.
31 July 2008

O’Leary, Sean
The death took place recently of Sean O’Leary, Mountain Road, Kilmoney, Carrigaline at the age of 77 years.
31 December 2002

O’Mahony, Anna
The death took place in the Cork University Hospital of Anna O’Mahony, wife of the late Dan O’Mahony, Castle View, and formerly of Woodstock.
19 May 2007

O’Mahony, Henry
The death took place on May 19th 2007, of Henry O’Mahony, St Philomena’s Place, Carrigaline.
02 June 2007

O’Neill, Nealie
One of Beara’s sporting legends answered his final call. Nealie O’Neill ,Blackrock Terrace, Castletownbere passed away after a period of illness. He was in his 97th year. The late Nealie was a native of Urhan and lived for some years in London before returning to live in Castletownbere where he spent most of his life as a shoemaker, he was deeply involved with sporting and social activities and was known to one and all as a gentleman to his finger tips and a wonderful husband, father and neighbour.
26 May 2007

O’Neill, Paddy
The death took place at Marymount Hospice, Cork, on April 14, 2006, of Paddy O’Neill, of Glounthaune, and formerely of Bauravilla. Paddy was a member of the well-known O’Neill family who farmed at Bauravilla and also owned the pub at Bauravilla for many years.
22 April 2006

O’Regan, Joe
The unexpected death of Joe O’Regan, Union Hall, cast a dark cloud over the parish and surrounding areas and its shadow still is and will be lingering for some time.
22 April 2006

O’Regan, Johnny
There was great sadness in our club and the surrounding area at the news of the death of Johnny O’Regan. Johnny was one of the vice President’s of our club.
24 January 2008

O’Regan, Thady
Early September was extremely sad for Clonakilty GAA Club, as all activities were overshadowed by the sudden death of its esteemed president, Thady O’Regan.
30 September 2007

O’Shea, Fr. Con
Clyda Rovers GAA Club would like to pass on our smypathies to the family of Fr Con O’Shea who passed away.
21 February 2008

O’Shea, Morty
Warriors come and warriors go and one of the greatest warriors of Beara football and a former officer of the Beara GAA Board, Morty O’Shea, passed to his eternal reward at home on Friday morning, December 23.
07 January 2006

O’Sullivan, Donal
The death of well known personality Donal O’Sullivan came as a big shock to many in the world of Gaelic Athletic Association
01 January 2001

O’Sullivan, Frank
The unexpected death of Frank (Jer Thade) O’Sullivan of Eyeries, which occurred at his residence, came as a great shock to his family, the people of his native parish and to his wide circle of friends throughout Beara, the county and beyond.
28 February 2003

O’Sullivan, Gerard
June 22nd was a black day for the GAA in Beara and Cork. On that Sunday came the dire news that Genial Ger. ’Bat’ O’Sullivan had slipped suddenly and quietly away to that bourne from which no one returns.
05 July 2008

O’Sullivan, John ’Lock’
There was huge shock and great sorrow in Adrigole and beyond when news filtered through of the tragic death of noted footballer 26 years old John ’Lock’ O’Sullivan, who was due to line out for his local club against Kiskeam in the Cork County Junior ’A’ football championship final.
30 November 2002

O’Sullivan, John L
Recently, Beara GAA lost one of its most loyal servants when John L. O’Sullivan of Lehanmore passed to his eternal reward following a brief illness.
12 April 2008

O’Sullivan, Kieran
The Durrus area was plunged into shock and sadness by news of the death in a road accident of 17 year old Kieran O’Sullivan of Ballycomane, Durrus.
30 May 2005

O'Callaghan, John
The death took place recently in Los Angeles USA of former Clondulane and Fermoy born John O'Callaghan, beloved son of the late Jeremiah and Ellen O"Callaghan, brother of Chrissie (Ormonde), Mary (Harte), Dan, Vonnie (O'Sullivan), Brendan, Ann (Garry), and the late Jerry and Bridget (O'Flynn).
25 August 2011

O'Connell, Pat
It was with a sense of sadness and shock that we heard that Pat O'Connell had died on Tuesday of last week. While he had been ill for a short time, everyone in the parish was hoping that his condition was not so serious and that he could make a full recovery.
16 January 2014

O'Connor, Rory
The tragic death of talented young GAA star Rory O'Connor in a car accident cast a gloom over Banteer and Duhallow early last Sunday morning. Described as one of the county's emerging teenage GAA talents, nineteen years old, always smiling, full of the job of life, pleasant and happy.
10 February 2011

O'Conor, Rory
On Friday, March 26, the sudden death took place of Rory O'Conor Bawnmore House, Kanturk, Co. Cork.
29 April 2010

O'Donnell, Roger
The unexpected death of Roger O'Donnell, Lisadell, Ballyduff, was received with shock sorrow and an outpouring of grief.
18 October 2012

O'Donoghue, Jake
Innishannon is in a state of shock and sadness following the tragic death of 14-year-old Jake O'Donoghue.
30 August 2009

O'Donoghue, Pat
One of Araglin's best known individuals, Pat O'Donoghue passed away at his home in Carey's Lodge Araglin on Saturday, 28th July.
02 August 2012

O'Donoghue, Tim John
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Tim John O'Donoghue, Aughatubber, Glandore.
14 January 2012

O'Donovan, Fr Donal
It was with great sadness that we learned of the passing of esteemed club vice president Fr Donal O'Donovan of Chapel Street.
14 January 2012

O'Donovan, Pat
There was shock and immense sadness within St James's club and the wider community loss of Pat O'Donovan.
10 October 2010

O'Grady, Bridget (Bridie)
Sincere and genuine regret was expressed as the news of the death of one of Fermoy's more senior and very well respected citizens, the late Mrs Bridget (Bridie) O'Grady, who resided at her home in Barry's Boreen, Fermoy on Saturday, January 4.
16 January 2014

O'Grady, Richie
The areas of Castletownroche and Fermoy were equally saddened recently by the death of Richie O'Grady, former NT in the former Fermoy CBS and later as Principal in Ballynoe NS until he retired some years ago.
25 April 2013

O'Hanlon, Pat
The past week has been a lonely one for our club members for, instead of debating the ups and downs of the just-finished playing era for 2010, we were all in a state of shock following the news of the sudden death of a man who was genuinely passionate about Gaelic games.
16 September 2010

O'Leary, Bart
Many tributes have been paid to a long-serving member of An Garda Siochána, former Detective-Garda Bart O'Leary from Ballingeary, who passed away last weekend, having been ill for some time.
12 September 2013

O'Leary, Barthlomew
The death occurred recently at his home in Kilmore after an illness borne with great courage and dignity of Barthlomew O'Leary, affectionately known as Bart or Batty to his family and many friends.
21 September 2013

O'Leary, Rena
St Catherines Camogie Club is in mourning this week following the death of club president, Rena O'Leary, RIP.
06 May 2010

O'Mahony, Dan Joe
Former club officer Dan Joe O'Mahony passed away over the weekend.
20 July 2013

O'Mahony, Donie
The death took place of Donie O'Mahony of 19 O'Callaghan Park, Kanturk.
20 August 2009

O'Mahony, Johnny
Kanturk mourned the passing of one of its favourite sons on the death of the great John 'Johnny' O'Mahony last week.
16 August 2012

O'Mahony, Johnny
Kanturk mourned the passing one of its favourite sons on the death of the great John 'Johnny' O'Mahony last week. A larger than life character, Johnny had a word for everyone and a wonderful rapport with all age groups. Leaving behind a record of a lifetime of immense achievements both on and off the pitch, Johnny's death removes from the GAA community one of the most respected and influential figures.
16 August 2012

O'Mahony, Patrick
When Patrick O'Mahony of Farranthomas, founding father of Newcestown GAA Club, went to his eternal reward on January 18th 2011, he left behind a lasting legacy of a labour of love for his beloved Newcestown GAA Club,
07 May 2011

O'Neill, Sean
Ahiohill has indeed lost one of its greatest sons and probably its greatest with the untimely passing of Sean O'Neill, Ballinard, on May 7, 2010.
19 June 2010

O'Regan, Bob
Bob O'Regan passed away peacefully at Haven Bay Nursing Home, Kinsale, on Sunday last.
01 December 2012

O'Regan. Bob
Bob O'Regan passed away peacefully at Haven Bay Nursing Home, Kinsale, on Sunday last
01 December 2012

O'Rourke taken to task on twitter
Colm O'Rourke's Sunday Independent column ruffled quite a few feathers on social media yesterday.
20 October 2014

O'Shea, Jackie
The unexpected death on Wednesday April 20 of Jackie O'Shea, Donoughmore, generated an unprecedented outpouring of sorrow locally and far beyond.
20 April 2011

O'Sullivan, Bridie
Anyone from Dunhallow who were making their way out of Cork city would invariably stop at what was affectionately known as "Bridie Nadd" where there was always a welcome, a cup of tea and sandwiches.
15 September 2011

O'Sullivan, James
That was how a close friend described the sense of loss experienced by the close-knit community following the tragic death of local man James O'Sullivan.
23 July 2010

O'Sullivan, James (Jockey)
The Grange Club, the community and surrounding parishes were stunned and shocked to hear of the death of James O'Sullivan. Jockey as he was more affectionately known was very enjoyable company.
31 December 2009

O'Sullivan, John
On Saturday one of Ballyhooly's favourite sons, John O'Sullivan was laid to rest. Johnny, as he was always called, was ill for some time but his death on Thursday afternoon was still hard to believe.
16 August 2012

O'Sullivan, Mossy
The death of Maurice O'Sullivan (Mossy) formerly of Charleville, but who resided for many years in Ballyhea parish, leaves only three surviving members of the famous Charleville team of the 40's that won the Cork County Intermediate Hurling Championship in 1946/47.
17 September 2009

O'Sullivan, Tom
Kilshannig GAA Club were saddened at the recent passing of club stalwart Tom O'Sullivan. Tom was a great supporter and player with Kilshannig from his childhood.
25 October 2012

O'Sullivan, Tom
Kilshannig GAA Club were saddened at the recent passing of club stalwart Tom O'Sullivan. Tom was a great supporter and player with Kilshannig from his childhood.
25 October 2012

One Kerry player on 2014 International Rules squad
David Moran is All-Ireland champions Kerry's sole representative on the International Rules squad, which has been named this morning.
28 October 2014

Ormonde, Michael
He would have graced any team - club or county - in any era. That's how good Lismore's Michael 'Ducky' Ormonde was in his hurling hey day, and as the county at large is still trying to come to terms with the unexpectedness of his death the many tributes that have poured in from literally every quarter have been as generous as they have been ever so richly deserved.
16 August 2012

Quirke, John
It was with great sadness that the people of Castlelyons learned of the death of John Quirke. This sad event came after an unexpected and brief illness.
31 January 2008

Quiz: think you know your stuff from the weekend's GAA?
Do you know your stuff when it comes to what happened in the GAA world at the weekend?
15 August 2016

Raleigh, Frank
The Raleigh family name is long assoicated with Croom, and Frank was one of the old stock of the Maigueside.
01 May 2010

Rea, Mary
The untimely passing of popular local woman Mary Rea has been the cause of much sadness in the Galbally area.
06 September 2007

Relihan, Denis
It was with great sadness and utter shock that we learned of the untimely death of Denis Relihan, Hunter’s Park on Monday morning last. Denis was at his work-place in Clonmel when he was suddenly taken ill and sadly he passed away soon afterwards.
15 May 2008

Rice, Michael
We were all sad to hear of Michael Rice's passing on Thursday night. Mick as he was popularly known was a member of the famous Ballyhooly 1966 football panel, who collected the club's first North Cork championship.
20 December 2012

Ring, Donie
There was widespread regret in the O’Donovan Rossa club with the news of the untimely death of Donie Ring.
28 April 2005

Roche, Eamon
It was a sad day in Watergrasshill when we learned of the death of one our esteemed vice presidents of Watergrasshill Hurling Club. Mr Eamon Roche was a very valued member of the club and was one of the best supporters we ever had.
10 February 2011

Rochford, Tony
The news of the untimely death of Anto/Tony Rochford in the early hours of Sunday February 17th, 2008 was received with shock and incomprehension by his family, extended family and the closely-knit community of the Cashen Ballyduff, and Brooklodge, Glanmire, Co. Cork.
13 March 2008

Ryan, Fr Liam
Admired and respected by the many people who crossed his path during his life, Fr. Liam Ryan passed away peacefully on June 17th in Marymount Hospice. His death has left a void in the parishes where he ministered and in the homes of all the people he visited down through the years. He will be especially missed in the homes of his families, relatives and many friends.
11 July 2013

Ryan, Fr Noel
It was of great sadness that we learned of the untimely death of Fr Noel Ryan in Los Angeles on Monday, 17 November.
27 November 2008

Ryan, Margaret
The untimely death of Margaret Ryan, Garryleigh, Mitchelstown, after losing her brave battle against MND (Motor Neurone Disease), though expected, evoked great sadness and heavy hearts in the locality.
03 January 2013

Ryan, Ollie
It was with great shock and sadness that we learned of the untimely death of Ollie Ryan, our great friend and much loved PRO on Monday last.
31 May 2012

Ryan, Ollie
Ollie Ryan's untimely death on Monday morning came as a big shock to his many friends and acquaintances in his native Ballyhooly. Though he lived in Glanworth for over 30 years, Ollie never forgot his roots and he maintained close contact with Ballyhooly over the years.
24 May 2012

Santry, Michael
The recent death of Michael Santry has evoked much sympathy throughout the parish of Barryroe. A native of Currihevern, he was extremely popular in several organisations throughout the parish,
22 January 2011

Sarsfield, James (Jim)
The passing of community stalwart James (Jim) Sarsfield on Wednesday last at Cork University Hospital was deeply felt in Watergrasshill and the wider area.
10 October 2013

Sexton, James
The tragic deaths of Michael Murphy and James Sexton in a car accident on Sunday evening came as a terrible shock to their families and to the whole community to Castlelyons. Both have been involved in Gaelic games in the juvenile and adult clubs from an early age.
30 August 2007

Shanahan, Pat (Patsy)
The death of County Limerick man Pat (Patsy) Shanahan at his residence at Cooleens, Charleville before Christmas, evoked widespread regret in his adopted town of Charleville and among the Irish fraternity in New York, particularly in the Syracuse area, where he resided for many years.
17 January 2013

Shanley, Mossie
Clonakilty GAA Club were shocked and saddened last week of the sudden death of our great colleague and friend Mossie Shanley.
30 November 2003

Smith, Victor
The Christmas season, which usually brings joy and happiness to every household and locality, was tinged with sadness in Timoleague and throughout its wider hinterland with the death of Victor Smith of Cregane.
31 January 2003

Stafford, Billy
We bid a sad farewell to Billy Stafford after a relatively short illness.
01 February 2008

Turner, Gareth
The villages of Carrig and Riverstown and surrounding areas were plunged into deep shock and sadness on the untimely death of Gareth Turner. Gareth, who was only 27 years old, was involved with our Club both as a player and regular lotto ticket seller.
29 November 2006

Twohig, Christy
The recent passing of Christy Twohig has left a huge void in the lives of all who knew him. Although he was in his 83rd year, he was until his recent illness, very young in mind and heart.
Outside of his great love for his family, which was always his first priority, he had a great passion for all things Irish and, in particular, the GAA and the game of hurling.

31 March 2004

Twomey, Neilie
On January 20 last, the village of Carrigadrohid and the Canovee area lost one of their great legends as Neilie Twomey died peacefully at his home in the village.
06 February 2010

Walsh, Arthur
The recent death of Arthur Walsh, Ahamonister, Timoleague, has removed a prominent personality from the parish of Timoleague and its wider hinterland.
30 August 2003

Walsh, Billy
Another family who suffered the death of a loved one over Christmas was the Walsh family of Ballynoe.
02 January 2014

Walsh, Kevin
People came in droves to attend Kevin Walsh’s funeral, in Conna. "It was the biggest funeral Conna had ever seen", said one local who attended the service.
08 May 2008

Walsh, Paddy
On Saturday morning last, 7th April, when the tragic news had spread of Paddy Walsh’s sudden and unexpected death at an underage match in Youghal, there was an air of gloom around the Mogeely and Castlemartyr area
30 April 2001

Walsh, Tony
It was a sad 'homecoming' on Tuesday night last as the Bride Rovers club waited for the hearse bearing the remains of Tony Walsh as it came up Hollyhill to Bartlemy village.
02 August 2012

Ward, Michael
The death occurred peacefully on July 15th at St Patrick’s Community Hospital Fermoy of Michael (Mikey) Murphy, Corrogrum, Mitchelstown. The late Michael was well known in the local and surrounding area.
24 July 2008

Young, Eamonn
Eamonn Young passed to his eternal reward on Friday, August 3rd, 2007. One of the great exponents of gaelic football he was regarded by all and sundry as being equal to if not better than the best that have graced the playing fields of Ireland over the years.
10 August 2007

Young, Eamonn
It was with real sadness I learned of the death of Eamonn Young on Friday, August 3rd. He was 85 years of age and without doubt he was Cork’s greatest footballer of the 20th century.
30 August 2007