Former Waterford United player charged with attempted robbery

A former Waterford United soccer player was charged at Carrick-on-Suir District Court yesterday (Thursday) with two counts of attempted robbery.

Daryl Kavanagh (21), who was a leading player with United until breaking his leg during last season and helped his native Carrick to FAI Junior Cup success last month, was remanded on bail to September 18 in his own bond of €5,000, conditions being that he surrenders his passport and remains within the court’s jurisdiction.

Kavanagh, of 20 Comeragh View, Carrick, is charged with attempted robbery at Morris Oil Filling Station in Ballylynch on November 20 last and from a car occupant at Ballyrichard Road on December 14. Both locations are in Carrick.

Evidence of arrest, charge and caution was given by Gardai Shane Roche and Jim Felle and free legal aid was granted after Kavanagh’s solicitor, Mr. Eamon Hayes, informed Judge Finn that the defendant was unemployed.

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