In Loving Memory of

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Amanda Kinsella

Clann na hOman GAA and the Oman Irish Society wish to fondly remember our great friend and former member, Amanda Kinsella.

She was the beloved daughter of Michael and Patricia and loving sister of David and Aisling. Amanda will be sadly missed by her heartbroken parents, siblings, partner Brendan and the Galvin Family, aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family, neighbours and all in the Gaelic Games community.

During her time in Oman from 2015 to 2017, Amanda helped build treasured friendships and memories amongst her colleagues and teammates. Her kindness, affection and wonderful smile will never be forgotten by those who had the privilege to be in her company, both in Muscat and beyond.

We dedicate this online book of condolences in her honour.

 

Ní bheidh a leithéid ann arís.

 

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.

May she rest in eternal peace.

 

 

Book Owner: Clann na hOman GAA | Oman Irish Society
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Sinéad Craddock

Always smiling and often up to mischief, you taught me not to take life so seriously. Always there when I needed you to listen, I knew I could always count on you. Always up for the craic, we always had fun when you were around. Always encouraging on and off the pitch, we knew …

Sinead Craddock

Emma Tobin and John Lynn (Tobin and Chicken)

Amanda – you will be missed so much. Our deepest sympathies to the Kinsella family and to Amanda’s boyfriend Brendan.    We were so lucky to have had the opportunity to know and become friends with Amanda when we played together with Clann Oman. Amanda was an incredible player and she had time for …

Clann na hOman GAA

Lorna Moran

My sincere condolences to all Amanda’s family, friends and loved ones. The kindest soul.  May she Rest In Peace.❤️ …

Clann na hOman GAA

Ciarán Cundelan

My deepest sympathies to Amanda’s parents, siblings, extended family, friends and partner Brendan. Amanda brought such joy and life to any room she was in – a more caring and helpful person you could never ask for. It was a privalege to have known you as part of our ‘Muscat Family’ and beyond during …

Clann na hOman GAA

Amanda “Yank” Andrews

Your spirit will me missed on and off the pitch. I will cherish all our memories we’ve made over the years, so many laughs and adventures. I was blessed with the gift of calling you my friend, my team mate, my bae. My condolences to the Kinsella family. Rest in peace Amanda.  …

Clann na hOman GAA

Darren Ashmore

Amanda you will be so badly missed. The cream of the crop on and off the pitch. Always stepped up and you touched so many peoples lives in a positive way.  Rest in peace and look after your family and friends from above x  …

Clann na hOman GAA

Emma Barrett

My deepest sympathies to Amanda’s parents, her siblings David & Aisling, her extended family, her partner Brendan, and her friends.  I had the pleasure of working and playing Gaelic football with Amanda from 2015-2017. She was nothing short of a legend both on & off the pitch and brought a sense of adventure and …

Emma

Tadhg Flahive, Former Middle East County Board Chair

You truly were special Amanda and you will be greatly missed across all GAA clubs in the Middle East. R.I.P. …

Clann na hOman GAA

Conor O'Donnell

Rest In Peace Amanda  Conor O’Donnell, Donegal  Former Jumeirah Gaels Ladies Manager …

Clann na hOman GAA

Alan, Carmen and Eva Kelly

Rest in Peace Amanda. A great person taken too soon in such heartbreaking and tragic circumstances. Condolences to all Amanda’s family and wide circle of friends.  …

Clann na hOman GAA

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