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Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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The remains of Brendan Coffey leaving the Pearse Stadium on his journey to his final resting place at Rahoon Cemetery. Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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The remains of Brendan Coffey leaving the Pearse Stadium on his journey to his final resting place at Rahoon Cemetery. Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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The remains of Brendan Coffey leaving the Pearse Stadium on his journey to his final resting place at Rahoon Cemetery. Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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The remains of Brendan Coffey leaving the Pearse Stadium on his journey to his final resting place at Rahoon Cemetery.
Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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Fr Pat Donnellan speaking at the event watched by Seamus O’Grady and Sean Dunleavy Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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Fr Pat Donnellan speaking at the event watched by Seamus O’Grady and Sean Dunleavy Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter. Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.
Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter. Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter. Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter. Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.
Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter. Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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Johnny Carroll plays The West’s Awake Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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Johnny Carroll plays The West’s Awake Following the funeral Mass at the Church of St Oliver Plunkett, Renmore, the remains of Brendan Coffey were brought to the the Pearse Stadium where many tributes were paid to the much loved GAA supporter.<br />
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Johnny Carroll plays The West’s Awake
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