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RIP Funeral details for tragic Monaghan GAA star Brendan Óg (Ógie) Ó Dufaigh announced

The crash occurred hours after Duffy captained Monaghan’s U20 side to victory in an Ulster championship semi-final against Donegal earlier that evening.

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Brendan Óg led his team to victory and was marked for greatness.

Brendan Óg led his team to victory and was marked for greatness.

Brendan Óg led his team to victory and was marked for greatness.

Monaghan GAA U20 captain Brendan Óg Ó Dufaigh will be laid to rest on Wednesday following his tragic death.

The 19-year-old, known as Ógie, died following a road traffic collision on Friday night in Tullybuck, Co. Monaghan.

The crash occurred hours after Brendan captained Monaghan’s U20 side to victory in an Ulster championship semi-final against Donegal earlier that evening.

His funeral mass will take place at 11am on Wednesday in St. Macartan’s Cathedral, Monaghan.

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Brendan Óg faces Rory O’Donnell of Donegal.

Brendan Óg faces Rory O’Donnell of Donegal.

Brendan Óg faces Rory O’Donnell of Donegal.

A death notice on RIP.ie reads: “The death has taken place tragically of Ógie Ó Dufaigh, aged 19 years, 15 Cloverhill, Monaghan on Friday, 16th July.

“Sadly missed by his heartbroken parents, Brendan and Esther, his sisters, Claire and Áine his aunts and uncles, all his relations, his friends and his fellow players in the Monaghan Harps GFC and on the under 20 county team and his workmates in Kingspan.

“Funeral Mass will take place Wednesday, 21st July in St. Macartan’s Cathedral, Monaghan at at 11.00am followed by burial in St. Joseph’s Old Cemetery, Latlurcan.

“Ógie will repose at his home from Monday evening at 6pm until the cortege will leave his home at 10.15am on Wednesday morning. Due to government guidelines, wake and funeral will be private to family and friends.

“Family flowers only but donations, if desired, to Monaghan Harps GFC care of McElvaney Undertakers, Church Sq., Monaghan.”

Brendan Óg’s funeral mass will be available to watch via webcam here: https://www.mcnmedia.tv/camera/st-macartans-cathedral-monaghan

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