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# Tom Hayes

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'I went across for 12 months, ended up staying there for nine years'
Ex-Chief Hayes blazing a trail for Shannon in his own December back-to-backs
Hayes takes the reins after struggling Shannon part company with Horan
Alan Kelly is fine with John Delaney telling Tipperary people to vote for him
Gardaí are now examining footage from the RTÉ Investigates sting
Two TDs reported to gardaí after failing to disclose political donations on time
Hayes on the double as Cavan clinch first All-Ireland junior title for 87 years
Farmers warned not to start fires on their land
One per cent of ALL the trees in Ireland's forests fell down in the storms
Minister to meet with Tipperary food firm as 104 jobs go in plant closure
Fine Gael TD Tom Hayes is the new junior agriculture minister
Green Pastures: Neil Best and Worcester eye European silverware
Where were the 38 TDs who didn’t vote on the abortion bill?
Exiles: The hits keep coming for London Irish and Quins lose again
Green Pastures: O'Shea and Harlequins face leadership test at The Rec
Exiles: McCall wins battle of the Irish coaches while Buckley crashes home
'We let Leinster off the hook': Chiefs lament one that got away
Schmidt bemoans inaccuracy and impatience of Leinster attack
Forewarned: Reddan expecting Chiefs to come in search of a scalp
Poll: Should penalty points for drivers using mobile phones be doubled?
Connacht fans get a chance to relive history with pre-season visit to Harlequins
Open democracy: Leinster House to offer public tours from tomorrow
Martin Mansergh likely to lose his seat in Tipperary South
Almost 100 jobs go at Tipperary factory