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“The Swinford GAA club offers it deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Gary Price who died tragically in Thailand last weekend.
Later this summer, he was to travel to America to play football for the Boston Mayo club with a number of his Swinford club mates.
Gary won every honor Irish youths soccer had to offer. We in the GAA club are honored to have been a part of his glittering underage Gaelic career.
He was a natural talent, a born leader and a great friend. He was a pleasure to deal with on every level.
Everyone in the club and town are in shock at the untimely death of Gary.
Our thoughts are with his family and his many friends at this terrible time. He will be sadly missed, but not forgotten.
May Gary Rest in Peace.” – Micheal Murtagh, Swinford GAA Chairman
“It’s sad to announce the passing of one of life’s true gentlemen, Miceal Og Campbell of The White House, Swinford.
Miceal had a huge interest in the Swinford GAA Club and also in Mayo. He was very proud of his two sons Shane and Enda, who both played for the club.
In recent years, he was very proud of his 6 grandchildren who play at different levels for the club, Paul and Mark McNicholas, Conor, Darragh and Cian Campbell, and Alan Howie.
May Miceal Rest In Peace.” – Billy McNicholas