THEY played rugby with him, and now they're going to remember him on their kit.
Tralee Rugby Club is honouring the late Donal Walsh with its new kit that has the name of the charity set up in his memory on the front.
The new Donal Walsh #Livelife Foundation kits were unveiled at the club's first home game against Wanderers FC in the All-Ireland Junior Cup.
Donal's dad, Fionnbar, also revealed details of the Donal Walsh #Livelife Charity Walk from the Aviva Stadium in Dublin to Limerick's Thomond Park, which will take place in February.
The secretary of Tralee Rugby Club, Shane O'Sullivan, said the new kit was the club's way of paying tribute to a much-loved and missed member.
The teenager, from Blennerville near Tralee, Co Kerry passed away in May at the age of 16, losing his battle with cancer.
Donal devoted the final months of his life to raising awareness about the lack of facilities for teenagers undergoing cancer treatment.
The youngster also spoke and wrote movingly against teenage suicide.