DONEGAL GAA

UPDATE: Donegal club has asked Co. Board to investigate alleged incident in Convoy

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UPDATE: Donegal club has asked Co. Board to investigate alleged incident in Convoy

The Donegal Competitions Control Committee are set to investigate two very serious alleged incidents at club games in the county at the weekend.
And it is now understood that one of the clubs involved has asked the Donegal GAA Co. Board to investigate the incident involving their club player.
The games were in Division Four of the AllSportStore.com All County League in Lifford and Convoy.
One of the alleged incidents took place in the vital top of the table clash between St. Mary's, Convoy and Naomh Colmcille in Convoy on Saturday evening and is believed to have taken place towards the end of the game. As a result a St. Mary's, Convoy player was hospitalised.
Experienced official Jimmy White was the referee at this game and his report will also be awaited by the Donegal CCC.
St. Mary's, Convoy won the game by 0-8 to 0-7 to go top of the table ahead of Naomh Colmcille by a one point margin, 21-20.
It is learned that the he St. Mary's, Convoy club have sent correspondence to the Donegal Co. Board asking them to look into the incident.
The other alleged incident in Lifford involved referee Martin McKinley and a Lifford player. Naomh Padraig, Lifford were at home to Robert Emmett's. The game was abandoned after the incident and it will be investigated by the Donegal CCC when they receive the referee's report.