PJ Ward Obituary, Member Of Copany Rovers F.C. Has Died

PJ Ward Obituary, Death- a player on the Irish Gaelic football team who presently resides in the county of Westmeath in the nation of Ireland and who spent their infancy there.

Westmeath is located in the southeast of Ireland. In the 2000s, he played on the inter-county football teams of not one, not two, but all three of the counties that were separate from one another. He was a member of all of these teams. After garnering popularity while playing for Westmeath minor teams and assisting them in winning the Leinster Minor Championship in 2000 (scoring 1-4 against Dublin in the championship game), he went on to play for New York in the Connacht Championship before joining Offaly.

In the championship game, he scored 1-4 against Dublin. In the championship game, he scored 1-4 against Dublin. In the game for the title, he scored one goal and four points against Dublin. As a member of the New York team that competed against Dublin for the championship, he recorded a score line of 1-4 while participating in the game. It is believed that he was the first player who ever competed in a championship game and accomplished this remarkable feat at the same time. His final score was 1-4 in terms of points.

One is overcome with an enormous sense of loss upon learning that PJ Ward, the father of club player Gary, has passed away. PJ was a longtime member of the club. PJ served as Gary’s trainer for a significant chunk of his life. The club would like to convey its deepest sympathies to the Ward family on the passing of their family member and share its heartfelt condolences on the loss of their loved one to the Ward family. I wish and pray that he would be at peace for the entirety of eternity when he has passed away.