Tributes have continued to pour in for Brendan Og Duffy who was tragically killed on Friday night in a fatal road crash.
The 19 year old Monaghan GAA star lost his life in the collision on the N2 at Tullybuck, Clontibret on Friday night while on his way home from a game.
Brendan captained Monaghan Under 20s team to win the Ulster Championship match on Friday night.
The Cathaoirleach of Monaghan County Council, Aidan Campbell, says the team is in a state of shock over the tragic news:
Tributes have poured in from people across the country and throughout the GAA world after the tragic news broke of Ogie's untimely death.
Beyond horrendous. Thoughts with his family and friends. Lost for words. Take care of each other.?? pic.twitter.com/KZSGwv8Mx7
— Ronan O Gara (@RonanOGara10) July 17, 2021
I was honoured to commentate on @monaghangaa U20 win over @officialdonegal and how they were lead by their captain Brendan Og Duffy. 20 mins were spent chatting to him in the carpark afterwards.The buzz and excitement unreal. Now it is impossible to take it in. pic.twitter.com/dTF0RgvU7p
— Sean Mc Caffrey (@Smccaffreyradio) July 17, 2021
I have no words adequate for the truly shocking news of the passing of Brendan Óg Duffy. A beautiful, young & talented soul. Life makes no sense at times like this. Our prayers are with his devastated family, friends & club. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam
— Niamh Smyth TD (@NiamhSmythTD) July 17, 2021
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. pic.twitter.com/RkLX1RViqi
— Roscommon GAA (@RoscommonGAA) July 17, 2021