The Ulster Council is to carry a listening to tonight with Donegal supervisor Jim McGuinness over his shock eight-week ban.
The Glenties man was hit with the suspension by the Ulster Council for fielding an ineligible participant within the McKenna Cup in opposition to Armagh.
The ban comes after Donegal performed Naomh Conaill participant Finbarr Roarty, then 17, featured of their opening McKenna Cup win at MacCumhaill Park.
Roarty’s inclusion appeared to interrupt the rule which says senior inter-county gamers should be aged 18 by the beginning of the calendar yr.
Donegal may even lose the factors from their 3-16 to 1-6 win over Armagh however the factors is not going to be awarded to the Orchard County, nonetheless, as they didn’t enchantment.
The proposed eight-week suspension might see McGuinness sitting within the stands for 5 Allianz League video games.
If the Ulster Council upholds the proposed ban, McGuinness might then enchantment to the Central Appeals Committee (CAC). Failing that, he might take the matter to the Disputes Decision Authority (DRA).
Jim McGuinness to get Ulster Council listening to tonight was final modified: January eleventh, 2024 by