Waterford defender Tadhg de Búrca is exhilarating himself for a proposed one-match suspension from the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee, after he was sent off in Sunday’s All-Ireland senior hurling spot-final victory over Wexford. Sweeper De Búrca saw red late on following an off-the-ball tangle with Harry Kehoe and referee Fergal Horgan is making innuendo to the incident in his official match report. De Búrca will then be cited for a category III (iv) infraction, specifically ‘behaving in any way which is dangerous to an adversary, including deliberately pulling on or taking hold of a faceguard or any part of an opponent’s helmet (in hurling). The minimum price for such an offence is a one-match suspension in the same code and same level, leaving De Búrca ineligible for Waterford’s All-Ireland semi-absolute clash with Cork on August 13th. De Búrca’s Waterford team-mate Stephen Bennett... Last Sunday, Horgan took ways on the advice of his linesman, Wicklow’s John Keenan , before brandishing a red card. And with the offence now reported in black and white, it’s enthusiastically unlikely that an anticipated Waterford appeal will prove successful. De Búrca does have the option of taking his case to the GAA’s Central Hearings Cabinet (CHC) and if the ban is upheld there, Waterford will consider the subsequent Central Appeals Committee (CAC) and independent Disputes Resolution Authority... Options extend Speaking to local radio station WLR last night, selector Eoin Murphy said that Waterford are “keeping their options yield”. The ball was gone elsewhere, the next thing the ref stopped the game and before we knew it, Tadhg was red-carded and coming off. “It was a blow for Tadhg and the team. I just saw it for the from the start time on The Sunday Game and it looked innocuous enough, to be honest. “The linesman was close to it and he made the call on it. In fairness to Tadhg, we all recognize there’s not a dirty stroke in him, he’s a pure out and out hurler. We’re keeping our options open at the moment. At this moment in time, we have to plan without Tadhg because he got a red window-card, which means a one-match suspension. We reserve the right to remove any content at any time from this Community, including without limitation if it violates the Community Standards. Source: www.irishtimes.com
Waterford defender Tadhg de Búrca is restorative himself for a proposed one-match suspension from the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee, after he was sent off in Sunday's All-Ireland chief hurling quarter-final victory over Wexford. Sweeper De
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