Kerry Ladies Football team deducted points for fielding unregistered players

Kerry Ladies Football team deducted points for fielding unregistered players

The Kerry Ladies Football team have been deducted the three points they picked up in their win over Mayo in February.

Kerry were found to have fielded an unregistered player in breach of rule 55 of the LGFA official guide which says that any team proven to have played an unregistered player will be fined €100 per offending player and willforfeit the game to their opponents.

The Ladies' Gaelic Football Association announced that the three popoints from the game have been awarded to Mayo.

The Kingdom won the Division 1 clash on February 4th in Brosna, beating Mayo 2-14 to 2-6 in the Lidl Ladies National Football League.

The player has not been named.

-Digital Desk

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