Former GAA president Sean Kelly says the Armagh player who appeared to stick his fingers in Galway full forward Damien Comer's eyes during last Sunday's controversial All-Ireland SFC quarter-final should be hit with a lengthy ban.
Oisin McConville has revealed that the Armagh player at the centre of the unsavoury incident which overshadowed last Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final is 'absolutely devastated' and has been in contact with Galway to apologise.
As the CCCC prepares to launch an investigation into the vicious brawl which marred yesterday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final between Galway and Armagh, Eoin Cadogan believes there is an obvious way to avoid similar unruly scenes in the future.
Despite coming out on the right side of one against Armagh in their All-Ireland SFC quarter-final clash at Croke Park this afternoon, Galway manager Padraic Joyce has slammed the "disgraceful" decision to allow penalty shoot-outs to decide GAA games that end in stalemate.
Rian O'Neill struck a 50-yard free over the bar with the last kick of the game that brought Armagh level at 2-14 to 1-17, and ensured extra-time would be played in the first of today's two All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals at Croke Park.
Armagh avenged their earlier championship defeat to Donegal with another impressive attacking display to advance to the All-Ireland senior football championship quarter-finals for the first time since 2017.