The death has been announced of Paddy Doyle, an All-Ireland senior hurling winner with Tipperary in 1965. 

Brother of Jimmy Doyle, the Premier great who passed way in 2015, Paddy's inter-county career also saw him claim All-Ireland minor success in 1957 and 1959. At club level, seven senior county titles were won with Thurles Sarsfields. 

In management, Doyle had a spell in charge of Sarsfields, Moycarkey and Borris-Ileigh. He guided the latter to an All-Ireland club title in 1987. At county level, the Tipp minors and Laois seniors were also under his guidance.

As a footballer, the Thurles native was on the Crokes team that won the town's only county football title.

In 2019, Paddy Doyle was inducted into the Thurles Sarsfield's Hall of Fame.  

He was aged 79.