'Torrid rows' and double-crosses: it's another episode of Quinnasty
Tom Lyons on how incredible fresh evidence ratcheted up tension in the Sean Quinn Jnr legal drama
IT was Thursday, July 12, 2007, when Sean Quinn Jnr confidently drove his golf ball down the fairway of the lush K Club golfing resort. Paired with him for the round at the political party fundraiser was the Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny, who was happy to chat amiably with the son of Ireland's then richest man.
Quinn Jnr, a decent golfer who at the time owned the prestigious Belfry, four-times home of the Ryder Cup, was more than a match for Kenny.