Laois Hurler Who Died In Car Crash 'Always Wore The Jersey With Pride And Distinction'

Photo Credit: Adam Kirwan Facebook

The 20-year-old Laois man died in a single-vehicle collision in Tipperary early this morning.

A Laois hurler who died in a car crash has been described as someone who 'always wore the jersey with pride and distinction.'

20-year-old Adam Kirwan, from Mountrath, passed away in a collision at College Green in Thurles at around 3.15 this morning.

He played hurling with Trumera GAA club, and previously with the Laois minor team.

Chairperson of Trumera GAA, John Parkinson says there's a sense of numbness within the club and the community:

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