A man who knocked down an Irish boxing champion after an "exchange" outside a house party in Limerick has been handed a life sentence for his murder.
Last week, Logan Jackson - from Coventry in England - was found guilty of murdering Kevin Sheehy in the early hours of July 1st 2019.
Mr Sheehy, a five-time Irish boxing champion, died after Jackson repeatedly ran over him with his jeep.
The prosecuting barrister, Dean Kelly, described how he "thundered" into him - such was the speed he was travelling at when he hit him.
He then rolled over his body two more times before fleeing the scene.
It happened just moments after a 90-second exchange outside a house party.
At Jackson's sentence hearing on Tuesday, Kevin's mother Tracey Tully told the court that her son was eagerly awaiting the birth of his first child at the time of his death.
She was born one month later.
Outside court afterwards, solicitor Sinead Nolan said Kevin's family feel like they have also been handed a life sentence- but are relieved the trial is now over.
"While today's decision will not bring Kevin back to them, they are somewhat heartened by the fact that they feel that justice has been served.
"And they can now commence grieving the wonderful person that Kevin was".