Moment’s silence for crash victim Jon O’Hara at Ulster Rugby game against Scarlets

Ulster Rugby will hold a moment’s silence for supporter Jon O’Hara ahead of kick off this evening of their game against Scarlets at the Kingspan Stadium.

By Graeme Cousins
Friday, 28th January 2022, 5:23 pm
Updated Friday, 28th January 2022, 5:30 pm
Jon O'Hara lived in Belfast though he came from Portstewart
Jon O'Hara lived in Belfast though he came from Portstewart

Mr O’Hara, 47, was one of two men who lost their lives following a crash on the Ravenhill Road on Saturday night.

He had been returning from Ulster’s match against Clermont.

Ulster Rugby CEO Jonny Petrie: “We are deeply saddened by the passing of lifelong Ulster supporter, Jon O’Hara, and our thoughts as a club are with his family and friends at this difficult time.

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“I was able to pay my respects in-person at yesterday’s funeral service, which was important to honour Jon’s support of Ulster Rugby over the years on behalf of our players and staff.

“Tonight, we will hold a moment of silence ahead of the game to remember Jon.”

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