Ulster GAA has led the tributes to GAA stalwart and Clones groundsman Tommy McCabe who passed away yesterday.
The late Tommy was a permanent fixture at St Tiernach's Park on match-days and served as groundsman at the famed Ulster GAA ground for over three decades.
At this year's provincial football finals, Ulster GAA honoured Tommy's many years of service with a half time presentation.
Ulster GAA are saddened to hear of the passing of Tommy McCabe @ClonesGAA & @monaghangaa— Ulster GAA (@UlsterGAA) November 12, 2019
Tommy followed on from being a brave number 1 custodian on the senior team to being custodian of St Tiernach's Park. Ulster Finals will not be the same without him.https://t.co/ngJbEeG28A pic.twitter.com/aiOw37nq9e
Everyone in the Táin Óg team were saddened to hear that our good friend Tommy McCabe passed away yesterday morning.— Táin Og Hurling League (@og_tain) November 13, 2019
Tommy was grounds keeper at the famous St. Tiernach’s Park Clones where we held our first Táin Óg Finals. A true gentleman who couldnt help us enough. RIP Tommy pic.twitter.com/9kKSrGlYV3
RIP Shango https://t.co/zDhP2q4nFB— Barry McGuigan (@ClonesCyclone) November 13, 2019