Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Association

Untimely death of popular Doon school teacher Alan Feeley

Alan Feeley, originally from Claremorris in Co Mayo, has been teaching in Doon
for the last five years. The
recent amalgamation brought together three schools St. Joseph’s Convent of
Mercy, Doon, St. Michael’s Community College, Cappamore along with St. Fintan’s
CBS to form Scoil Na Tríonóide Naofa.

The 28-year-old collapsed while he was in the gym in the
University of Limerick on Monday evening. He was rushed to University Hospital
Limerick but sadly passed away yesterday.

Mr. Feeley played with the Old Crescent RFC thirds team
in Limerick and played football with Claremorris GAA club.

Sympathies to his heartbroken parents, brothers and his
girlfriend Louise Galvin Kerry LGF

Mr Feeley taught PE and geography and was a “popular”
teacher among the staff and students.

Unknown to the association last evening the quarterfinal
fixtures were sent to Alan notifying him of the draw for his school in the
Munster competition. He played a large part in the promotion of the game in his
school and was excited for the years ahead. He was a softly spoken young man in
every facet and will be a massive loss to society in general.  

On behalf of Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Post Primary
schools and of everyone connected to the association we extend our sympathies
to the family and friends of Alan.

Funeral arrangements: Thursday November 14th, Reposing
at Donnellans funeral home, Claremorris from 5- 8pm, Mass on Friday at 2.30pm
burial in Claremorris afterwards.

dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilis



Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Association