Lee Keegan Won't Be Sanctioned For GPS Incident

Lee Keegan Won't Be Sanctioned For GPS Incident
Andrew Lowth
Andrew Lowth

27 Sep 2017

Lee Keegan will not face any sanctions for an incident in the All-Ireland football final last Sunday week.

The Mayo defender is alleged to have removed his GPS from his jersey and throw it in the direction of Dublin's Dean Rock as he lined up to take the match-winning free.

According to the , the Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) have ruled that footage available to them was not conclusive enough to pursue any action against Keegan.

Concerns were also raised about what rule was broken in relation to the incident.

The CCCC have also confirmed Dubs Eoghan O'Gara and Cormac Costello will also escape any punishment for seperate incidents in the decider.

O'Gara appeared to have his hand in the face of Mayo's Colm Boyle, and the Committee ruled that the evidence wasn't as clear in real time if he came into contact with Boyle's eyes.

Meanwhile, Costello was accused of throwing away the kicking tees of Mayo goalkeeper David Clarke following Rock's free.