Lengthy bans handed out to Tyrone and Tipperary figures after underage games

September 20, 2021 0 By HearthstoneYarns

THE GAA’S CENTRAL Hearings Committee (CHC) have imposed hefty bans on Tyrone’s Gavin Devlin and Tipperary’s Eoin Brislane after incidents in separate U15 inter-county games during the summer. 

Devlin, of the Arboe O’Donovan Ross club, was hit with a 24-week suspension for “disruptive conduct by a supporter” during a game between Tyrone and Dublin at a National U15 Football Academy Tournament in Garvaghey on 27 July.

Brislane meanwhile was found guilty of using abusive language towards a referee and minor physical interference with a referee.

The infractions, which took place at an U15 Arrabawn Hurling Tournament game between Tipperary and Wexford in Littleton on 31 August, incurred a total ban of 16 weeks.

Devlin and Brislane have the option of appealing the CHC’s decision to the Central Appeals Committee (CAC).

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