After last Sunday week’s cracking All-Ireland club final between Kilmacud Crokes and Glen, we will finally have a decision if there will be a replay or not.
A decision is expected today, Tuesday afternoon, from the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee on the controversy over the All-Ireland club football final.
Both clubs will then have three days to appeal that decision if they wish to the GAA’s Central Hearings Committee and from there could take the case to the Disputes Resolution Authority (DRA).
The whole country will be waiting by their phones to see what the GAA decide..
Rule 6.44 (b) (i) of the GAA’s Official Guide Part I states that a proven objection for a team exceeding the number of players permitted as per Rule 2.1 (15 player) can result in either the award of the game to the opposing team, or replay, or fine, depending on the circumstances.