Crossmaglen avoid sanctions

FIESTY...There were unruly scenes at the end of the game

FIESTY…There were unruly scenes at the end of the game

THE Central Hearings Committee has opted against punishing Crossmaglen following their All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Castlebar Mitchel’s.

The GAA investigated the matter after a number of incididents at the end of the game and the CCCC handed down punishments to the Armagh club, but after a hearing, the CHC ruled in their favour.

“An Lár Choiste Cheannais na gComórtaisí (Central Competitions Control Committee) instituted Disciplinary Action against Raonaithe na Crosie CLG alleging a breach of 7.2 (d) (3) that is to say “Disruptive Conduct at Games by Players and Team Officials (not causing the Premature Termination of a Game),” read a statement.

“Raonaithe na Crosie CLG requested a Hearing which took place on 23ú Márta. An Lár Choiste Éisteachta (Central Hearings Committee) found the Infraction alleged was not proven and ordered the Disciplinary Action to be at an end.”

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