Armagh's Tiernan Kelly receives 24-week ban after Galway 'eye gouge' incident
Armagh's Tiernan Kelly has been handed a 24-week ban after appearing to gouge the eye of Galway's Damien Comer during last Sunday's full-time fracas in the teams' All-Ireland quarter-final.
Both counties have been hit with €10,000 fines.
Armagh's Conor Turbitt and Blaine Hughes have received one-game bans along with Galway's Cathal Sweeney.
Galway captain Sean Kelly and the Orchard County's co-captain Aidan Nugent were both shown red cards for contributing to the melee by refeee David Coldrick.
Armagh issued a statement this afternoon saying they accepted the penalties.
Statement from Armagh GAA issued on 01.07.22:— Armagh_GAA (@Armagh_GAA) July 1, 2022
“Following the investigation carried out by the CCCC, Armagh GAA can confirm the players and county board have accepted the proposed penalties. There will be no further comment." pic.twitter.com/Jc6wwGPmo9