By Q Radio News
The funeral has taken place for local footballing legend and Carrick Rangers player, Jerry Thompson.
The service was held at Sacred Heart Church in the Old park area of the city at 9am this morning.
Jerry's death has sent shockwaves throughout the Irish League. He had been due to play against Glenavon earlier this week.
Tributes poured in following news of the young player's death on Tuesday night.
Coleraine's Irish Cup-winning captain Stephen O'Donnell was among the many players to tweet about the tragic passing of the North Belfast man.
He's encouraging more support to be given to footballers in Northern Ireland.
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Emotional scenes at the funeral of Irish League Premiership Footballer Jerry Thompson in Belfast this morning. He died suddenly earlier this week aged just 24. Pictures by Alan Lewis. pic.twitter.com/mdWkIlFXyQ— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 14, 2019
Earlier this week, Jerry's mum Leanne and sister Chantelle spoke to Q Radio about their heartbreak following Jerry's sudden passing.