A BELLEEK teenager who died following a serious collision near Kesh will be laid to rest this Sunday, June 16.

The funeral of Oisin Gregg, 18, at Slavin Parish Church, Enniskillen on Sunday at 2pm.

Mr. Gregg was critically injured as he travelled on the Letterboy Road to a band parade in Kesh on the evening of Friday, June 7.

He was the driver of one of the cars, was airlifted to hospital for life-threatening injuries. He passed away yesterday (Tuesday).

He was a beloved son of Mary and Gareth, and a dear brother of Aoife, Aaron and Callum.

Tributes have been poured in for the late Mr. Gregg, who was a "committed" member of North Fermanagh Young Defenders Flute Band.

"It is with deep sadness and regret that we have lost not only a member of our band, but someone we have been lucky enough to call our friend," a tribute read.

"We can only thank him for his effort, and commitment and also for simply choosing us to share so many memorable times together.

"He will be sadly missed and always remembered by all of his North Fermanagh Young Defenders family."

Mr. Gregg's former schools also paid tribute to him.

A spokesperson from Belleek Primary School said: "It is with great sadness that we learn of the untimely passing of our past pupil, Oisin Gregg.

"Oisin was a quiet-natured and caring child with a love for football."

A spokesperson from Devenish College said: "Oisin offered so much to our College during his five years as a student. He was such a kind, pleasant, mannerly and hardworking young man, with a fantastic spirit and enthusiasm."

Donations are being accepted in lieu if so desired to Air Ambulance c/o any family member or Peter Carty Funeral Director.

The Funeral Service will be livestreamed on the following link: https://vimeo.com/957361363