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Jarlath Finnegan R.I.P

Jarlath Finnegan R.I.P.


Jarlath Finnegan R.I.P.

A Chairde,

It is with profound sadness and a sense of immense shock
and disbelief we learnt the sad news on Saturday night
of the sudden and untimely death of our dear friend, Jarlath

As Chairperson of the Board of Dublin Ladies Football,
I express the sincere condolences of my Executive colleagues
and all the members of the Dublin Co. Board to Jarlath’s
widow, Geraldine and their young family at this time of
immense sadness.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of
immeasurable grief and profound sadness. We are deeply
indebted to Jarlath for his loyal support of Dublin Ladies
Football throughout the years. We will fondly remember
Jarlath’s contribution as Selector on the Dublin Minor
Ladies Team of 2004-2005 and the part he played in restoring
the Leinster crown to Dublin following a 15 year wait.

Throughout his career, Jarlath was a truly dedicated player,
mentor and manager who encouraged all who came in contact
with him in a positive and constructive manner. He was
kind and compassionate and was true to the spirit and
tradition of our Gaelic Games.

We extend our sincere sympathies to his extended family
and the members of CLG Ratheny and Fingallians to whom
he gave such dedicated service.

Go dtuga Dia suaimhneas siorraí dá anam uasle.

John Hillery,


Coiste Atha Cliath,

Cumann Peil Gael Na mBan.


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