Rugby great Clohessy declares €11m debt pile

Former Munster, Ireland and Lions player turned publican lists mortgages, credit cards and loans

19th February, 2017
Peter Clohessy behind the bar at his Limerick pub

Rugby legend Peter Clohessy has declared debts of more than €11 million, including mortgages, credit card debt and a string of loans attached to his pubs.

The former Munster, Ireland and Lions player turned publican spent over two years attempting to sort out his debts, his bankruptcy files show.

Clohessy - known as the Claw - was an investor in, and the public face behind, Clohessy’s pub and the Sin Bin nightclub in Limerick city...

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