Kilmacud Crokes set to appeal CCCC's replay decision

February 02, 2023

Kilmacud's Paul Mannion and Ethan Doherty of Glen ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Kilmacud Crokes are set to appeal against the Central Competitions Control Committee’s decision to order for the All-Ireland club senior football championship final to be replayed.

Multiple reports last night suggested that Crokes are ready to take their case against the CCCC’s decision all the way to the Disputes Resolution Authority (DRA) if it's needed.

Last month’s final victory over Derry’s Glen at Croke Park saw the Dublin champions with 16 players on the field in the game’s closing stages and, earlier this week, the CCCC ordered that the match be replayed due to a breach of Rule 6.44.

Crokes have until tomorrow (Friday) morning to appeal against the decision to the Central Appeals Committee (CAC).

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