Life is so presence, R.I.P. to 19 year old, yes 19 year old Brendan Óg Duffy who tragically passed away this morning after only captaining the Monaghan U20’s last night against Donegal in the Ulster Championship. Awful news for his family, friends, teammates and anyone close to him, he had a great future in the game. And never mind Gaelic football and his whole life ahead of him, very sad to hear and we send our best to his family and friends at this time.
It’s tough to bury anyone at this time with Covid and no one should have to bury someone so young, but the GAA family we’ll be there for his family no doubt.
READ MORE: Florentino Perez leaks: Jose Mourinho warned Mesut Ozil half of Milan had slept with his girlfriend
R.I.P. Brendán Óg Duffy awful news earlier today.
Here he is captaining the Monaghan U20's only last night, he was 19 years of age! May he rest in peace 🙏 pic.twitter.com/BhiXjcU9DC
— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) July 17, 2021
— Sky Sports GAA (@SkySportsGAA) July 17, 2021
It was with deep and profound sadness that the county woke to the news that Monaghan U20 Captain Brendan Óg Duffy was killed in a car crash last night after the U20 match on his way home from Cloghan. RIP .As a result Monaghan LGFA are postponing all club matches for this weekend
— Monaghan LGFA (@Monaghan_LGFA) July 17, 2021
Uachtarán CLG Larry McCarthy has extended the sympathies of the Association to the family and friends of @monaghangaa Under 20 football team captain Brendan Óg Duffy
— The GAA (@officialgaa) July 17, 2021
— Tipperary GAA (@TipperaryGAA) July 17, 2021