Carnacon to be at full strength for final after Mayo County Board loses appeal

Carnacon to be at full strength for final after Mayo County Board loses appeal

Carnacon will be at full strength for their Mayo Ladies Football semi-final against Moy Davitts this Sunday.

An appeal by Mayo County Board against the leniency of the suspensions given to eight players has been rejected.

It followed an initial four-week ban being reduced to two weeks after an appeal by the players to the LGFA's National Appeals Committee.

That two-week ban comes to an end ahead of Sunday's encounter with Moy Davits.

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