A Co Fermanagh school girl has passed away following injuries sustained in a road traffic collision earlier this week.
On Tuesday, police and emergency services received a 999 call at around 4.30pm. The incident occurred on the Moher Road in the border village of Kinawley.
Caitlin Hogg was taken to the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children via air ambulance following the collision which involved the young teenager and a vehicle.
In a statement posted to social media, Kinawley GAA described Caitlin as a "gentle and unassuming character", who left wonderful impressions with everyone she came into contact with on the field and around the club.
Kinawley GAA added that Caitlin was of their "brightest lights" and that the club and wider community are devastated beyond words at the loss of their "little angel."
"Caitlin played on the U13, U14 and U15 teams this year and further was an enrolee on the club's young volunteers program, in which she willingly helped out around the clubrooms with refreshments and the distribution of programmes and lotto's on match days.