The late Mick Lynch
Mullingar Shamrocks club officials and members extend sincere sympathy to the family and friends of the late Mick Lynch, former principal of St Colmcille's National School, Gainstown and a former Mullingar Shamrocks player. In particular sympathy is extended to Mick's wife Roe and his sons John, Paul and Alan and to his daughter Joan. Sympathy is also extended to Mick's grandchildren, sister Mary, brother John Joe, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and wide circle of friends. Mick will repose at Shaw's Funeral Home, Mullingar on Monday, Dec. 3. 2018, from 3.30 o'c concluding with prayers at 6 o'c with removal thereafter to The Cathedral of Christ the King, arriving at 6.30 o'c. Funeral Mass on Tuesday at 10 o'c followed by burial in Ballyglass Cemetery. On 20 September 1964, Mullingar Shamrocks won their first senior county title beating St Marys, Rochfortbridge 1-5 to 0-6 in the final. Mick Lynch, a native of Kilkee, County Clare and a teacher in St Mary's CBS at the time, played full-forward on that team and kicked the point that put Shamrocks into the lead in the last minute of the match. He also scored a point in the first half.