Pic: Sligo GAA team pay great respect to deceased team-mate immediately after county final success
Classy stuff from Sligo Intermediate champions Calry/St Joseph’s.
In February this year, Calry/St Joseph’s GAA stalwart Gary Dillon passed away. The 31-year old, who had Cystic Fibrosis, was an active member of the club and as PRO he was central to the running of the club.
Yesterday, Calry/St Joseph's beat Shamrock Gaels to claim the Sligo Intermediate title and the team made sure that Gary was part of the celebration. Immediately after the trophy ceremony, the team headed to Scarden graveyard where they posed for a picture with their departed friend.
This is what 'team' really means
— sheila devaney (@sheiladev) October 19, 2014