Dingle official facing proposed eight-week ban for striking player

Dingle official facing proposed eight-week ban for striking player
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The Dingle official that struck East Kerry's Dara Moynihan is facing a proposed eight-week ban.

The Kerry CCC met last night to consider the referee's match report following the brawl that marred Sunday's Kerry Championship semi-final replay in Tralee.

Video of the brawl was also investigated.

Dingle are set to play Dr Crokes this Sunday in the Kerry SFC final.

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