Diarmund Connolly has been issued with a 12-week ban after he heated exchange white Ciaran Brannigan (linesman) during the Leinster SFC quarter final.
Dublin have 3 days to appeal the ban that would rule the St Vincent’s forward out until a potential All-Ireland semi-final.
Dublin advanced with a 12-point win but Connolly appeared to propel Brannigan in the chest in the second-half of the game.
By the letter of the law, even a “minor interference” with an official would bring a minimum 12-week suspension.
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