Monaghan GAA has suspended Senior Football manager, Seamus McEnaney for 12 weeks.
It’s come following a breach of the Covid-19 regulations and guidelines by the team last month.
The Irish Independent report that a dossier containing photographic and video material of Monaghan footballers and management training at Corduff GAA club was sent anonymously to the Minister.
Monaghan Chairman Declan Flanagan said that he was unaware of any team training session that took place in recent weeks.
Justice Minister Helen McEntee was sent footage of the alleged session and has forwarded it to both Croke Park and the Gardai.
Dublin GAA only last week banned Dessie Farrell for 12 weeks for the same infringement.
The news overshadows the release of a revised GAA Master Fixtures schedule for the inter-county and club seasons later today (Thursday).