Funeral of 24-year-old Donegal fan Andrew Duffy today

The funeral takes place in Termon today of 24 year old Andrew Duffy, the Donegal supporter who drowned after falling into a cana; at Phibsboro in Dublin on Sunday night last.

Mr Duffy, a farmer, had been in Dublin for the All Ireland Semi Final, and decided to stay in Dublin with friends for the celebrations.

He was a talented footballer himself, and tributes have been paid this week by the county board and the Termon club.

In a statement issued after his death, Termon GAA club said Andrew Duffy was part of a very successful minor team which won county honours, won reserve player of the year in 2010 and became a regular starter for the senior team this season.

Earlier this year, he won an All Ireland Medal Ireland having played a significant role in Termon winning the All Ireland Junior Gaeltacht title earlier this year. The statement end if you had to pick one person to embody all the positive things in Termon GAA club, Andrew Duffy would have been that person.

Funeral mass takes place at St Columba's Church, Termon at 12 noon today.