The heartbroken sister of Joe Deacy, who died five years ago, tomorrow, after being found with a head injury at a house at Gortnasillagh, outside Swinford has again appealed for answers as to how and why her brother died.
The family and friends of the young GAA fanatic continue to seek answers about the tragedy.
The 21-year-old, from St Albans in England, was on holiday in Ireland when he was found outside a house in Swinford.
He died in hospital the following day and gardai launched a murder probe after the post mortem confirmed death from “blunt force trauma to the head”.
Joe's family and friends continue to campaign for “Justice for Joe”
To mark his fifth anniversary, Joe’s family, friends and teammates from St. Colmcille's GAC in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, will be in Mayo to play in a memorial match in the NUIG Connacht Air Dome this Saturday,following a walk at Gortnasillagh.
Tomorrow, over 35 of those who have made the journey will also climb Croagh Patrick.
Charlotte is Joe’s sister. She lives in the UK but will be in Mayo this weekend for the events to mark her only brother’s life and death.
She has been telling Midwest News Editor Teresa O’Malley about the huge ongoing response by Joe’s friends to remember him…