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‘There wasn’t another mark on him’ – The pain of Brian Óg Maguire’s loss lingers with his family 10 years on

Broken-hearted loved ones still searching for answers after the horrific accident that ended the life of a talented young Fermanagh footballer

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Brendn Og Maguire

Brendn Og Maguire

Brian óg with mum Eileen, dad Brian and sisters Eimear and Róisín at a family wedding

Brian óg with mum Eileen, dad Brian and sisters Eimear and Róisín at a family wedding

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Brian Óg Maguire at the Ulster final with sister Eimear, mother Eileen, sister Roisín and father Brian.

Brian Óg Maguire at the Ulster final with sister Eimear, mother Eileen, sister Roisín and father Brian.

Brian Óg (right) with his Ireland team-mates after playing against Australia in a Junior International Rules clash. Photo: Stephen Hamilton

Brian Óg (right) with his Ireland team-mates after playing against Australia in a Junior International Rules clash. Photo: Stephen Hamilton

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Brendn Og Maguire

Tuesday was the tenth anniversary. Eileen and Brian Maguire had set everything to one side. The worst thing was to not be active, so they headed off to the Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail towards the highest point in Fermanagh.

Along with them were daughters Eimear and her husband Fergal Reilly, Roisín and her husband Marty McGrath. All there to mark the anniversary of the death of their beloved son, brother and brother-in-law, Brian Óg Maguire.


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