Antrim champions Cargin were left fuming after Tomás McCann received a controversial red card in their Ulster Club SFC quarter-final loss to Glen.
The centre forward was sent off in the 26th minute for what was deemed a dangerous high tackle on an opponent by Cavan referee Conor Dourneen.
Veteran Cargin forward Kieran Close, who scored a point after coming on, made no secret of his disgust at the decision when tweeting: “I’ve seen bigger hits at the kids U7 matches.
“You train all year to be faced with decisions like this that have a massive bearing on any game.”
You train all year to be faced with decisions like this that have a massive bearing on any game. This a straight red card 🤯 in the first half of a ulster championship clash which went right to the wire. I’ve seen bigger hits at my kids U-7 matches. pic.twitter.com/95n4bWVXEl— Kieran Close (@kieranclose11) November 12, 2023