Derry GAA star Aaron Devlin on life support after taking ill during game
Published 26/07/2015 | 16:28
There was plenty of on-field GAA action this weekend but Derry’s Gaelic football community has been busy praying for the health of one of their former inter-county footballers.
Aaron Devlin plays for Ballinderry Shamrocks and he took ill after a club game during the week.
According to the Jordanstown GAA Facebook page, who posted a get well message, Devlin is on life support after suffering a brain virus.
Devlin’s brother, Coilin, has also played for Derry and a host of teams and players, but from inside and outside the county, tweeted their best wishes towards a speedy recovery for the footballer.
@Aaron_Devlin keep fighting lad the whole country is praying for you— Conor.mortimer (@Conmort) July 26, 2015
Thoughts and prayers from all at Steelstown to @BallinderryGAC's Aaron Devlin. Wishing him a speedy recovery— Steelstown Brian Ógs (@BrianOgs) July 26, 2015
Thoughts and prayers with Aaron Devlin his family and everyone in Ballinderry.— GreenloughGAC (@GreenloughGAC) July 26, 2015
The GAA family are asked to pray for Aaron Devlin from @BallinderryGAC and his family. Bail ó Dhia ort.— Errigal Ciaran GAC (@ErrigalCiaran1) July 26, 2015