Limerick GAA deny Kyle Hayes missed Tipperary game because of curfew

First reported by Patrick O’Connell, Irish Independent

Limerick GAA deny Kyle Hayes missed the Tipperary game because of a court-ordered curfew.

Hayes was a absent from the panel for the clash that kicked off at 7.35pm in Pairc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday night of last week.

“Following the All-Ireland-winning hurler’s conviction last December, he was allowed to remain free on continuing bail subject to several conditions, including that he obey a 10.30pm to 6am curfew.

Last weekend’s match, finished at 9pm with a 90 minute trip to Limerick to also factor in to that after.

“John Kiely told the media that: ‘Kyle has an ankle injury and that was the reason he missed the Tipperary game.’


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