Games postponed in Meath as mark of respect to Tunisia terror victim Lorna Carty
Meath GAA is in mourning following the death of Lorna Carty in a terrorist attack in Tunisia.
She was killed among 38 killed when a gunman opened fire on holidaymakers in Sousse.
The mother-of-two was heavily involved in the Dunderry GAA club in the county and her son Simon is member of Mick O'Dowd's Meath panel.
Mrs Carty's husband Declan is the treasurer at the club.
As a mark of respect, the club has postponed games involving their senior and junior hurling sides which were due to take place this weekend.
A statement released by the club read: "Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Lorna Carty tonight Lorna was always there to give a helping hand with all of our teams and events.
"She was greatly loved in our community and will be dearly missed. She was greatly loved in our community and will be dearly missed.
"Her husband Declan is treasurer of our club, Simon her son plays both football and hurling with the club and is currently part of the Meath senior football panel, Hazel her daughter played camogie with the club. Please keep Lorna and her family in your prayers. You will be dearly missed Lorna. Rest In Peace.
Please Keep Lorna Carty, her family and friends in your prayers. She will be sadly missed by everyone in the parish pic.twitter.com/xUrIrkDJAm— Dunderry Gaa (@Dunderry_Gaa) June 27, 2015
@Dunderry_Gaa Abu Dhabi Na Fianna would like to send their deepest sympathies to the Carty family on the tragic news coming from Tunisia.— Abu Dhabi Na Fianna (@ADNaFianna) June 27, 2015