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Ulster to investigate ill-discipline – Independent.ie




Both teams completed provincial clashes with 13 players. Stock photo: Sportsfile
Both teams completed provincial clashes with 13 players. Stock photo: Sportsfile

The Ulster Council will investigate the last quarter of the undisciplined club night between Coalisland and the Crossmaglen Rangers.

Both teams complete the provincial clash with 13 players, while a steward is also defeated at the Athletic Grounds.

However, the scale of sledging that occurs will be the most studied.

Coalisland's Eoghan Hampsey took a straight red card for what was believed to have been a different opinion while teammate Brian Toner plus the pair Cross Callum Cumiskey and Johnny Hanratty were sent for a frivolous second yellow card violation.

However, there were many sled incidents that were easily heard by several spectators in the crowd of 7,737 in Armagh with Monaghan referee Martin McNally, the referee and the linesman were also subject to repeated words during the wry battle, won by Crossmaglen on three points.

The referee's report will be submitted and discussed at the Ulster Board meeting scheduled for overnight.

Irish Independent



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