According to Limerick’s Live 95fm Darragh Hayes and Cian Hayes are both charged with assault and producing an article in the course of a dispute, namely a hurley and a spider wrench.
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It was heard at Newcastle West courthouse that the alleged assault happened at Ballyoshea, Old Kildimo on September 20, 2021.
In the course of the dispute, 35-year-old Darragh Hayes of Ballyoshea, Kildimo produced a hurley, while his 31-year-old brother Cian Hayes, of Ballyoshea, Old Kildimo produced a spider wrench.
Neither made a reply to the charge to Detective Garda Eric O’Shea.
There were no objections to bail.
They were both remanded on bail with a number of conditions attached, including a weekly sign on every Saturday at Roxboro Garda Station between 9am and 9pm.
Another condition was surrendering their passports and not to apply for any travel documents.
They are also not to have any direct or indirect contact with any of the witnesses, with the exception of one who is a co-parent with an accused and they cannot talk about the incident or case.
Mobile phone numbers must be provided to Gardaí within 24 hours and the phones must be charged and in credit at all times.
Both Darragh and Cian Hayes were remanded on bail on their own bond of €100.
Barrister Joseph McMahon applied for legal aid for both men, which will be assessed based on a verifiable statement of means being provided.
A book of evidence will be prepared and the case will then be returned for trial or sentencing.
That Kyle hayes and his counterparts should be thrown into limerick prison alongside Richard satchwell. Proper order @LimerickCLG
— Ronan O’Brien (@RonanOB64319302) November 22, 2023
A jury was sworn in this afternoon to hear a trial of three men, including five-time All-Ireland winning Limerick hurler Kyle Hayes, who are charged with violent disorder and assault causing harm to a man at a nightclub in Limerick City. Read more: https://t.co/gkf108gkbt
— TheJournal.ie (@thejournal_ie) November 20, 2023