Limerick were crowned senior hurling All-Ireland champions for the second time this year and three out of four. Back in 2019 there was a series of high profile sports stars interviewed over fixed charge notices for motoring offences
This week the Irish Examiner have revealed that the Limerick hurlers in question will not be charged, news that will come to the relief of John Kiely and his management as they prepare for the new season ahead which won’t be that far away at all, after the club championship concludes.
Members of the Limerick senior hurling panel who were interviewed by gardaí have been informed that no charges will be brought against them, the Irish Examiner has learnedhttps://t.co/jQkQcAq7eY
— Irish Examiner (@irishexaminer) August 26, 2022
It’s going to make for a great championship again next year, with a lot of new managers back in the game and taking over new counties. We can’t wait for it already..