Noonan, James Austin
07 November, 2022
From : The Kenefick and Murray families<Kenefickw@gmail.com>Deepest sympathy to Austin\'s family. He was always a true gentleman and will be long remembered.
From : Dommy Kenny<Domkenny9@gmail.com>I was so sad to hear the sad news about my soccer hero,my coach and friend.I remember before TV listening to a game at the Lodge on the wireless,I won\'t go into the details of that match,we all know the result?my father Paul Kenny was a great fan of Austin,He always maintained he was the best harder of a ball ever.Austin even though I went to America you were always in my thoughts.RIP my friend ,Dommy Kenny
From : Oliver and Gill Duggan<firstname.lastname@example.org>Deepest sympathy on your sad loss. I\'m sure you are all very proud of your dad. I read the newspaper article regarding his achievements in the football arena very well done. He will be sadly missed.
From : Mick O'Keeffe and Family<email@example.com>Many condolences and prayers to Mary and family on the death of your beloved Austin. A lovely and kind man. One of the best footballers to ever come out of Cork and a great friend and colleague to Mick O\'Keeffe, who both began their careers with Evergreen United in the same season. His fame was far and wide but remembered more by you as a great husband and father. R.I.P. From your great friend and team mate Mick O\'Keeffe, Mick\'s son and Austin\'s godson Michael Jnr and the rest of the O\'Keeffe family.