Bankruptcy reprieve for former hurler
Padraic Connolly and wife Delia escape bankruptcy
Former Galway hurler Padraic Connolly and his wife Delia Connolly have been given a last minute reprieve from bankruptcy by a High Court judge.
ACC Bank, which obtained a judgment order against the couple in 2012, put in the bankruptcy petition last week over a €19 million security debt.
Justice Robert Haughton was prepared to make an order for bankruptcy but decided instead to adjourn the case for three weeks in order to afford the couple...
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