All-Ireland Medal Stolen From Property In Wexford

An All-Ireland winners medal has been stolen from a property in Wexford…

The 1948 All-Ireland winning medal belongs to Waterford’s late Daithí de Paor.

The medal was stolen yesterday from a property in Wexford.

The All-Ireland medal itself does not hold significant financial worth. However, as one could imagine, it does hold a lot of cultural and historical importance for the family affected. It is of huge sentimental worth.

The family are devastated over the incident.

A piece of GAA history is missing. GAA stars from across the country have shared an image of the medal to their social media channels in the hope of a successful return.

Anyone with information is urged to contact their local Garda station if they hear or see of the medal’s whereabouts.

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