RIP Micksey Clarke

Mayo GAA are saddened to hear of the passing of Micksey Clarke, Bohola Co.Mayo.
Micksey was predeceased by his wife Marion and brother P.J.
Sadly missed by his sons Pat and Brendan, daughters Susan Heneghan (Breaffy) and Caroline (Dublin), brothers Fr. Harry (Canada) and Brendan (Tenerife), sister Mary Flanagan (Roscommon), son-in law Tom, daughters-in-law Annette and Colleen, grandchildern, Stephen, Shane, Ronan, Rachel, Anna, Louis and Eva, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews, extended family, neighbours and wide circle of friends.
Micksey won a number of County Senior Titles playing with Castlebar Mitchells between 1962-1970 and he also a County Senior Title playing with East Mayo in 1967. The same year he won a County Junior Title playing with Kiltimagh. Micksey won an East Mayo Junior with Ballyvary and in 1974 he won an East Mayo Junior title with the newly formed club in Bohola in 1974. He won a County Senior League playing with Bohola/ Moy Davitts in 1978. Micksey was on the St Nathy’s College team that reached the All Ireland Senior Colleges Final in the late 1950’s.
He represented Mayo at minor and senior level in the 1960’s. Micksey is the father of Mayo Minor Selector Pat Clarke and grandfather of Ronan Clarke who played in the All Ireland Final for Mayo in 2022.
Reposing at the Sheridan Memorial Community Centre Bohola (F12VP28) Sunday 14th April from 4pm to 7pm. Funeral Mass on Monday at 2pm in The Church of the Immaculate Conception and St. Joseph, Bohola with burial afterwards in St. Joseph’s Cemetery Bohola.
Micksey’s funeral mass will be live streamed on Bohola Post Facebook Page
All at Mayo GAA wish to express our deepest sympathy to Micksey’s family at this difficult time.
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