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Donie Shine (GAA): The former Roscommon manager passed away in April.He also managed the legendary Clann na n Gael team of the 1980s that dominated the county and provincial championships, reaching four successive All-Ireland finals.Fred Cogley (Broadcaster): He was known as the 'Voice of Rugby'.Outside of the oval ball game, Cogley covered 11 FIFA World Cups and 12 Olympiads.The former Scotland full-back died in March aged 73.Neville Furlong (Rugby): The Garryowen clubman is a member of the small-enough club of Irish players to have scored Test tries against the All Blacks.Tony Keady (GAA): The Galway hurling legend died three days after watching the Tribesmen beat Tipp in this year's All-Ireland hurling semi-final.

Tommy Gemmell: One of the 'Lisbon Lions', Gemmell scored in Celtic's famous 1967 European Cup final victory over Inter Milan in the Portuguese capital, and also netted in the 1970 final when they lost to Feyenoord.

He was capped twice by Ireland on the 1992 tour of New Zealand.

John Shortt (Horseracing): The Kilkenny-born jockey passed away on his 53rd birthday.

That achievement came in the second leg of the Preliminary Round against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

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