We were treated to a cracking game of football on Sunday in the All-Ireland quarter-final between Armagh and Galway after the game there was a disgusting incident that a lot of people were raging over. Where Armagh player Tiernan Kelly eye gouged Damien Comer, it’s something that doesn’t belong in the GAA one bit. And surely he will be made an example of.
Tiernan Kelly has been coming in for dogs abuse online and you can be sure waking up this morning he deeply regrets his action. What type of a ban should the Armagh get?
— Colin O Brien (@Colin0Brien1) June 26, 2022
Tiernan Kelly shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near a GAA pitch ever again pic.twitter.com/Ah84s1uqm9
— Paul Gibson (@PaulGib16540335) June 26, 2022
Tiernan Kelly – Gouger in every sense of the word. Very happy they lost https://t.co/tPBhi6flMK
— Feargal (@VirgilioClerigo) June 26, 2022
— Anne & John (@AnneJohn261982) June 26, 2022
Time for the Gaa to pull the finger out on Tiernan Kelly of Armagh Gaa and @ClannEireann1
If he done that on the street he'd be arrested. Should be no different just because he done it on a pitch. pic.twitter.com/BeXmYqkGnT
— Banner (@RefIsAWanchor) June 27, 2022
@Armagh_GAA player Tiernan Kelly is a cowardly eye-gouging scumbag … and he deserves a lifetime ban for this.
But we all know that @officialgaa are even bigger cowards and he won't get the punishment that he deserves. @RTEgaa wouldn't even name the scumbag on live TV. https://t.co/yH4n4lka7h
— SFuller (@torumak7) June 26, 2022
It’s going to make for two great semi-finals with Galway to take on Derry and Dublin to take on the Kingdom.