A 5-year ban is being proposed at the severe end of the scale for GAA members who breach association discipline.
A maximum suspension may come into place for assaulting or striking a referee or match official.
Among the other submissions – the Central Hearings Committee may also double bans if appeals are based on ‘procedural or technical arguments’ which are ‘frivolous or vexatious.
This is being proposed for counties and individuals to accept punishments more readily.
The new proposals are set to go to Congress next February.
There are a couple of big nights in Kilkenny this weekend on the camogie front.
On Friday night, we’ll have a special live edition of the Camán Caint camogie podcast, broadcast from Dicksboro GAA club as the Kilkenny club junior, intermediate and senior teams of the year will be announced.
Three individual awards will also be handed out for the overall junior, intermediate and senior Player of the Year and you can watch it all unfold on our social media channels from 7pm with thanks to RMC Construction.
Then on Saturday night, Kilkenny Camogie will celebrate an unbeaten inter-county season with their All-Ireland medal presentation at Hotel Kilkenny.
Get more info on our latest Caman Caint Podcast below:
While there has been plenty of talk this week already about Kilkenny’s return to the National Football League , joining Carlow in Division 4, there are still some key games to play on the local front.
The James Stephens clubman was a regular under Brian Cody in recently seasons but has opted out of selection for next year, instead favouring taking time out to travel with Australia his destination in January.
Speaking to media including KCLR yesterday ahead of this Sunday’s Leinster club senior hurling final, Ballyhale Shamrocks Eoin Cody says Browne will be a big loss both for the team and dressing room.
We’ll have a full interview with Eoin on Scoreline this Saturday.
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There’s a big game in store for some of the future starts of hurling in Kilkenny as St. Kieran’s College and Coláiste Mhuire Johnstown go head-to-head in the Leinster schools junior hurling A final later today.
UPMC Nowlan Park provides the backdrop with throw-in set for 1.30pm.
World Cup results
Marcus Rashford scored twice and Phil Foden got the other goal as England beat Wales 3-nil to top World Cup Group B ahead of the last 16.
Both players didn’t start the previous match against the USA.
Wales are going home after taking just one point from their three games.
England will now play Senegal in the knockout stage on Sunday night.
Chelsea’s Christian Pulisic grabbed the winner – the USA will now play the Netherlands on Saturday afternoon.
The availability of Pulisic for that game is up in the air after he was taken to hospital with dizziness having injured his abdomen.
World Cup fixtures
Today, Groups C and D draw to a close.
In Group D, Australia play Denmark and France meet Tunisia at 3pm. France have already qualified and a win or a draw will confirm top spot for the defending champions. The Danes must beat Australia and hope that Tunisia don’t defeat France.
In Group C, it’s Argentina up against Poland and Saudi Arabia versus Mexico at 7 o’clock. Poland top the Group and will qualify with a win or a draw. Argentina will guarantee passage to the next round with a win, but they may only need a draw. That depends on the outcome of the other match. Saudi Arabia will qualify with a victory over Mexico.
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International soccer is a mad game but no tournament was more mental then the 1930 World Cup read this fascinating twitter thread from the upshot
The 1930 World Cup was absolutely mental.
The refs wore suits, the Bolivians played in berets, and the Romanian team was selected by the King… and that's the tame stuff.
From premature funerals to managers knocked out with chloroform, here's a short history of the madness… pic.twitter.com/ncarl6SQAC