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Tributes pour in for Waterford GAA star who suddenly and unexpectedly died following short illness




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Tributes have poured in on social media for a talented camogie player from Waterford who sadly suddenly died on Friday.

Jean O’Loughlin played for St Anne’s Camogie and Ladies Football Club in Waterford. Her club paid tribute to her on their Facebook page.

It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Jean O’Loughlin following a short illness,’ the club wrote. ‘Jean played underage for St.Anne’s for many years and was an active playing member for St.Anne’s in adult LGF and Camogie this year.

‘Her sudden passing, at such young age, has come as a great shock to us all,’ they continued. ‘We extend our deepest sympathy to her parents, Pauline and Paul, her brother Ben, her extended family, her teammates and her wide circle of friends. Rest In Peace Jeanie.’

Jean’s RIP notice reads:
Jean was the ‘beloved daughter of Paul and Pauline, brother to Ben. Jean will be sadly missed by her loving parents, brother, grandmother Josie, uncles, aunts, cousins, extended family, relatives, neighbours and friends.

‘Jean’s family appreciates your sympathy, support and understanding at this difficult time.’

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