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Ennis district court

Hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald owes €13k to council

His solicitor told the court he was in “poor financial circumstances”.

WATERFORD SENIOR HURLING manager Davy Fitzgerald owes Clare County Council more than €13,000 in rates.

The Star reports today that the former intercounty hurler, trading as the Belsfort Inn public house in Newmarket-on-Fergus, was ordered to pay the council the rates.

He has already paid €3,200 of the €16,637.29 that he owed.

His solicitor told the court that Fitzgerald was in “poor” financial circumstances.

For more information read this story on page 15 of The Star today>

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