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Published: 14:29 | 21/6/16

Laois and Armagh could meet again


The GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee is reported to have recommended that the first round All-Ireland SFC qualifier between Laois and Armagh be replayed.

Laois defeated the Orchard County 1-10 to 0-10 at O'Moore Park on Saturday but it emerged after the game that they had used seven substitutes over the course of the game.

Shane Murphy was introduced for the black-carded Brendan Quigley in the final minute of injury-time with Ross Munnelly going on to score a point to secure a three-point victory.

GAA rules state that the game can be awarded to the opposing team or be forced to play a replay or be fined, depending on the circumstances.

Having investigated the matter it has been reported that the CCCC are in favour of the game being replayed.


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