OCI MEMBERS TO APPEAR BEFORE OIREACHTAS COMMITTEE OVER MORAN REPORT

Members of the Olympic Council of Ireland will face a grilling by politicians shortly, following the publication of the Moran report.

The report was commissioned following the Rio ticketing scandal and found, among other things, that ticketing firm Pro10 was not fit for purpose.

Judge Carroll Moran also found that Pro10 was essentially a front for THG, which had been banned as ticket seller for the Rio Olympics.

It emerged on Monday that former OCI President Pat Hickey, who won’t attend today’s Oireachtas Sport Committee, had signed agreements with THG lasting up until 2026.

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