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Monday 5 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Hayes Hotel

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# Taking Over
Fethard native is the new owner of the birthplace of the GAA
Hayes Hotel was sold at an auction in Dublin yesterday.
# Sold
€50 million worth of properties - including the GAA's birthplace - sold at auction
Hayes Hotel went for €650,000. But that was a drop in the ocean at the RDS today.
# Hayes Hotel
Despite calls for it to be saved, the GAA's birthplace was sold at auction today
Hayes Hotel in Thurles sold for €650,000 this morning.
# GAAing GAAing Gone
Fancy owning the birthplace of the GAA? For €500,000, you can
Hayes Hotel in Thurles will be sold next month at auction.
# Hayes Hotel
Lar Corbett and Matthew Macklin in bid to buy the birthplace of the GAA
The sports stars have set their sights on purchasing the Thurles hotel that went into receivership last year.
# Premier Diary
No McGrath Cup u-turn for Tipperary footballers
Tipp county board respect their players’ protests in Munster Championship seeding row.
Seán Kelly hopeful that GAA will look at saving its birthplace
The former GAA president says he has received a positive response from the organisation this week about the future of the Hayes’ Hotel.
# Alcohol
Family of alcohol poisoning victim to take civil case against hotel
The family of Graham Parish, over whose death two barmen were acquitted yesterday, will pursue civil action against Hayes’ Hotel.
# Alcohol
Tipperary barmen plead not guilty over alcohol death of hotel guest
Graham Parish from Lancashire was celebrating his 26th birthday at the Hayes Hotel in Thurles when he died from acute alcohol intoxication in 2008.