The Irish GAA community is in shock after Oisin Caldwell suddenly passed away on Thursday, June 16, in his home in Dunshaughlin, Ireland.
His is the latest in a series of sudden deaths to rock the GAA sporting community, with Eoghan Moloney dying suddenly on Friday, June 17, that followed the sudden death of Damian Casey, who died suddenly earlier this week.
Since Caldwell’s passing, tributes have flowed in on social media, with Claremorris GAA expressing their sympathies to the family.
“Claremorris GAA wish to express their sincere sympathy to Jakki and Des Caldwell (nee Cosgrove, Loughanemon) and their extended family on the sudden passing of their son, Oisín, in Dunshaughlin, Co Meath.
“Oisín’s uncle, Martin Cosgrove, coaches under 13’s, his cousins Evan Campbell, Shauna, David and Brian Cosgrove, and Jamie Conroy all play underage with Claremorris GAA club. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.”