A minute’s silence and applause was impeccably observed before the All-Ireland camogie senior final in memory of Tipperary hurler Dillon Quirke.
Cork and Kilkenny players, match officials and spectators showed their respect for the Clonoulty-Rossmore star, with a picture of Dillon being shown on the screens at Croke Park.
A minute's silence is being held in memory of Dillon Quirke at club matches across the country and beyond this weekend.
The 24-year-old died after collapsing during a Tipperary SHC match at Semple Stadium on Friday evening.
As has been the practice across GAA fields all over the country this weekend, a poignant minute silence was observed here in @eireogcork ,prior to throw in @OfficialCorkGAA SAHC, R2 game @CourceysGAA 🆚 @FrONeillsGAA n memory of Dillon Quirke (24) who passed away suddenly on Fri pic.twitter.com/dHA0gd0BnN— Paudie Palmer (@PaudieP) August 7, 2022
Our 3rd Men’s football team are away to St Brigids at 11 and our 4ths at Na Fianna at 3pm. There will be a minutes silence at all games to in memory of Dillon Quirke. Ar Dheis Dé go raibh a Anam. pic.twitter.com/rxLbz0dbl1— Cuala GAA (@CualaCLG) August 7, 2022
A minutes silence was observed before our three @HQphysio Senior Championship matches this evening as a mark of respect for Dillon Quirke who tragically passed away yesterday evening. pic.twitter.com/SApYdsopZh— Offaly Camogie (@OffalyCamogie) August 6, 2022
A moments silence will take place at all Longford GAA Championship games this weekend as a mark of respect on the passing of Tipperary senior hurler, Dillon Quirke. @ShannonsideFM @Longford_Leader @ClubLongford— Longford GAA (@OfficialLDGAA) August 6, 2022
Before this evenings meeting in the @Kerry_Official Senior Football Club championship @gaa_spa and @DingleGAA both observe a minute silence in memory of Dillon Quirke, an awful loss felt across the GAA community’s in Ireland #RIP pic.twitter.com/D8ZXl4zbL9— Diarmuid Kearney (@diarmuidkearney) August 6, 2022
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A minute silence for the late Dillon Quirke
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam #rosGAA
A minute's silence will be observed before all games this weekend in memory of Dillon Quirke of @ClonRossGAA and @TipperaryGAA, who sadly passed away after falling ill during a match last night. We extend deepest sympathy to the bereaved. pic.twitter.com/NxiP82esmk— Wexford GAA (@OfficialWexGAA) August 6, 2022
Waterford GAA would like to extend its deepest sympathy to the family, friends & team mates of Tipperary & @ClonRossGAA hurler Dillon Quirke at this desperately sad time.— Waterford GAA (@WaterfordGAA) August 6, 2022
A minutes silence will be observed at all games in the county this weekend.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Following last nights tragic events in @TipperaryGAA & as a mark of respect to Dillon Quirke there will be a minutes silence before all games in Kilkenny today.We extend our sympathies to the Quirke family,all in @ClonRossGAA & @TipperaryGAA Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h'anam dílis— Kilkenny GAA (@KilkennyCLG) August 6, 2022
Lancashire wish to extend our heartfelt sympathy to the family & friends of Dillon Quirke , @ClonRossGAA & @TipperaryGAA our thoughts and prayers are with them Go dtuga Dia Suaimhneas síoraí da anam. A minute silence will happen before todays hurling matches pic.twitter.com/ypsKC50ZSD— LancashireGAA (@OfficalLancGAA) August 6, 2022
In a very small act of solidarity for a teammate we have the great privelage to share with @Clonrossgaa Thomas McCurtains will take the field today without the no.11 jersey in honour of Dillon Quirke, RIP pic.twitter.com/4jz7KwadnY— Thomas McCurtains (@ThomasMcCurtain) August 7, 2022