This afternoon.

From left: Liam Brady, John Giles and Eamon Dunphy at the Church of  Perpetual Succour, Foxrock, Co Dublin for the funeral of their RTÉ Sports Colleague Bill O’Herlihy. Mr Giles and Mr Dunphy acted as pallbearers.



From top: Tom McGurk (left) and Brent Pope; Sean O’Rourke; Marty Morrissey (centre) and former GAA President and MEP Sean Kelly (Right).

The Bill O’Herlihy Interview (Michael McMullan, Today FM)

(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)

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29 thoughts on “The Send-Off

  1. Parochial Central

    Good Lord. They’ve let themselves go, haven’t they?

    Unlike that trim Joe Brolly.

    Surprised he wasn’t cremated really. Being so fond of cigarette ash and all. Marian Finucane would have been impressed. RIP.

    1. TomRed

      Exactly Barry.
      Show some respect Marty, FFS – you’re at a funeral, not about to hit some niteclub.
      At least Dunphy wore a tie.

  2. scottser

    do ye lot only go to funerals to pass comment on everyone else?
    scarlet for ye’re ma’s for having ye..

      1. dereviled

        Oh you’ll love Spain.
        For funerals they have TV commentators lip-reading mourners.

  3. Christopher

    Nice to see there are still jobs for men in RTE over the age of 60. LOTS of them. And sure if they want to do a remake of Cocoon they just need to source the odd woman for the cast and they’re grand.

  4. Otis Blue

    Pic 3

    Sean O’Rourke appears to have morphed into ex Minister for Fun John O’Donoghue

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