Death of noted Westmeath club footballer Enda Mulvihill

June 22, 2022

The late Enda Mulvihill

There is sadness in Westmeath GAA circles this morning at the news that former Garrycastle defender and All-Ireland U21FC medallist Enda Mulvihill has passed away at the age of just 43.

The father-of-two, who had been battling illness, was part of Garrycastle's golden generation of footballers who dominated the Westmeath club scene throughout the noughties and came within a whisker of winning an All-Ireland club SFC title in 2011 when they were beaten by Crossmaglen after a replay. Enda's honours included six Westmeath SFC medals, one Leinster club SFC medal, county IFC, MFC and U21FC medals as well as All-County League and Feis Cup mementos.

He was also a member of Westmeath's 1999 All-Ireland U21 winning panel, but surprisingly didn't play senior for his county after that.

May he rest in peace.

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