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Published: 13:00 | 22/6/16

McGee fails to overturn ban

Neil McGee has failed in his attempt to have his two-match ban overturned.

McGee was red carded in Donegal's Ulster SFC victory over Fermanagh when he was adjudged to have deliberately hitting Ruairi Corrigan with his forearm.

Although the offence carried a one-match suspension, McGee's ban was doubled because he was retrospectively suspended in March following an incident in the Allianz Football League match against Kerry.

He appealed the suspension, but the Central Hearings Committee ruled against the Donegal defender and, as a result, he will miss the Ulster SFC semi-final against Monaghan. He will also miss the Ulster final or the All-Ireland SFC round two qualifier.

Cruciate blow for Keane

12:07 | Today

Mayo full-back Kevin Keane will miss the rest of the season due to a cruciate ligament injury.

CPA request to speak at Congress turned down

09:30 | Today

The Club Players Association has confirmed that an application to speak at GAA Congress has been turned down.

All Star Ryan advised to take a year out

12:05 | Today

Clare will be without All Star midfielder Conor Ryan for 2017 after he was advised to take a year out.

Donegal's Neil Gallagher retires

19:18 | 20/2/17

Donegal midfielder Neil Gallagher has retired from inter-county football due to a persistent back injury.

Fitzgerald: There is no point getting carried away

09:06 | 20/2/17

Davy Fitzgerald is refusing to get carried away by Wexford's strong start to their Allianz Hurling League Division 1B campaign, but he believes there is much mo...

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