Eoghan Moloney RIP

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We extend our sincerest, deepest and heartfelt condolences to the Moloney family.

To Eoghan's parents: Philip and Maria, his brother Ciarán and sister Sinéad, extended family, friends, team mates and coaches we can only offer our heartfelt sympathies to all of you on the devastating loss of Eoghan.

No words can articulate in any meaningful way the prevailing sense of sadness that has descended upon every member across the club.

Eoghan played with St Pats from a very young age all the way up to adult football and was the heartbeat of the adult 1st team over the last number of years.

A hero in last year's final playing a central role in helping the club win the Dublin Intermediate Championship for the very first time, his name will be sewn into the history of this club forever more.

An outstanding player, hugely popular within the dressing room and beyond, modest to a fault, always full of fun, a warm, kind and gentle soul that will never be forgotten and will be sorely missed by all.

We offer our support to the Moloney family in any way deemed necessary at this desperately sad time for all.

Our hearts may be broken but our spirit won't be and the beautiful spirit that burned brightly in Eoghan will be the legacy that he leaves us all as we mourn his tragic passing.

Ar dheis Dé a raibh a anam dílis.

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