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GAA urged to deal quickly with quarter final brawl

Jun 28, 2022 13:06 By Sean McCaffrey
GAA urged to deal quickly with quarter final brawl GAA urged to deal quickly with quarter final brawl
Galway and Armagh players clash at the end of full time in their quarter final meeting
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The unsightly incident marred the meeting of Galway and Armagh

The GAA Central controls committee are expected to review the unsightly incident that took place in the quarter final meeting between Armagh and Galway in the next few days. A mass brawl broke out as the teams headed to the dressing rooms in preparation for extra time after the game finished in a draw. While the majority of the incident involved a lot of pushing and shoving, one Armagh player was spotted placing his hand in the face of Galway forward Damien Comer. The association is now been called on to deal severely with this. Speaking on the JF Show this morning former Monaghan player Dick Clerkin remarked that the disiplinary structures in the GAA have been tightened up in recent times, but this could see even further changes been introduced

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