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Dublin: 19 °C Tuesday 29 July, 2014

GAA set to pay tribute to Donohoe, Heffernan

A moment’s silence will be observed ahead of tonight’s Allianz Football League action.

Former Dublin manager Heffernan passed away recently.
Former Dublin manager Heffernan passed away recently.

THE GAA WILL tonight pay tribute to the late Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe and former Dublin manager Kevin Heffernan, who both passed away recently.

Donohue was a big fan of the sport and was heavily involved with his local GAA Club, and the organisation will accordingly pay tribute to him and Heffernan with a moment’s silence before today’s Dublin-Cork Allianz Football League game at Croke Park.

A specially commissioned video will also be shown on Croke Park’s big screen, to celebrate 100 years of the GAA’s ownership of the stadium, with fireworks and the unfurling of a celebratory banner set to feature.

In addition to the Cork-Dublin game at 7pm, the encounter between Kildare and Donegal will throw-in at 5pm.

The entertainment will be hosted by Daithí Ó Sé, and Republic of Loose will play at half-time of the second game.

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