Published Friday, 14 September 2012
Brian Og Maguire, pictured on the pitch. (© Pacemaker)
Brian Óg Maguire, who was 24, died after he was fatally injured whilst working at the Quinn Group cement factory in Derrylin at 11am on Thursday.
He has been remembered as a local "superstar", having played for his county in the Ulster Championship and captained his club to All-Ireland intermediate glory.
Fermanagh GAA said Mr Maguire's funeral mass will take place on Sunday evening at Holy Cross Lisnaskea.
A message on its website said: "Brian Og's remains will return to his home house (Macknagh) this afternoon. Funeral Mass Sunday @11pm in Holy Cross Lisnaskea, Family Flowers Only. All donations to be made to The Cormac Trust."
Meanwhile an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the workplace death has been launched by investigators from the Health and Safety Executive.
The Quinn Group has expressed its sadness to Mr Maguire's family.
A statement released on Thursday said: "It is with great sadness that we confirm that an accident occurred at our pre-stressed concrete plant in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh, this morning, as a result of which one of our colleagues was fatally injured.
"The accident occurred shortly after 10am and emergency first aid was applied at the scene. Unfortunately, he passed away on the way to hospital. We are all extremely shocked and we extend our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and colleagues of the deceased.
"An investigation into the cause of the accident has commenced."