Cork GAA would like to express our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Eamonn Ryan who past away today.
A player and coach of his home clubs’ of Glenville and Watergrasshill, Eamonn went on to play with Cork football at both Cork Juniors and Seniors grades. In 1966 at 25, he was a key player on the Cork senior football team that defeated Kerry for the first time since 1957.
— WatergrasshillGAA (@WatergrasshillG) January 14, 2021
Cork GAA would like to express our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Eamonn Ryan RIP. Eamonn was a former Cork player who won 2 Senior @MunsterGAA Football medals in 1966 & 1967. He was a former Cork Senior Football Manager and also a Cork Senior Football Selector. https://t.co/3b9AgC3l57 pic.twitter.com/uAbWkDGUW7
— Cork GAA (@OfficialCorkGAA) January 14, 2021
It is with huge sadness we inform you that Eamnon Ryan @GlenvilleGAA @WatergrasshillG @ucc_gaa @CorkLGFA & @OfficialCorkGAA passed on to his eternal rest this afternoon after a illness bravely fought. A legend in his own lifetime.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis . pic.twitter.com/WpDLrm6UHx
— Cork LGFA (@CorkLGFA) January 14, 2021