A talented sports star who lost his life at the age of 18 was paid tribute.
Eoin Byrne from Hacketstown, Carlow, died on Saturday.
Sixth grader, GAA, was an avid sports enthusiast who played football and boxing at the same time.
"The Clonmore GFC is grieving after the death of one of our best young players, Eoin Byrne, today. EOIN had moved forward in the center of our 2016 MFC winning team and played last Friday for our U19 teams.
"The club is deeply sympathetic to the families of Byrne and McCarney. Rest in peace."
The football side of Eoin also paid tribute: "All members of the Parkville United Football Club today want to send their condolences to the families of the Byrne and McCarney in the heart of Eoin Byrne's heartbreaking transition.
"Eoin was a Parkville player who won a trophy at U14, U16 and U18. Men were part of our Premier team, and he was also a GAA player and talented boxer.
"Our thoughts and prayers with his family."
Secondary school Colaiste Eoin paid tribute to his students.
"We are shocked and deeply saddened by the passing of our sixth year student Eoin Byrne.
"He is a good young man who has made a great contribution to the entire school community. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family."
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