Meath Co Board may have to investigate incident

Story by Conall Collier

Sunday, 14th April, 2019 9:38pm

Meath Co Board may have to investigate incident

Meath GAA Co Board may have to investigate an incident in the car park at Pairc Tailteann today where, allegedly, a referee was subjected to some abuse.

It is understood that the incident arose when the referee was attempting to drive out of the car park after officiating at the game between Ballinlough and Oldcastle.

That game ended in a comprehensive victory for Oldcastle by 2-11 to 0-6.

The brief report on the game from the Meath Chronicle (at 6.49pm) website is listed below.

First-half goals from Robert Farrelly and Jason Scully helped Oldcastle to an important 2-11 to 0-6 IFC win against Ballinlough at Pairc Tailteann this evening.

Oldcastle were ahead by 2-6 to 0-4 at the interval in a windswept Pairc Tailteann.

Ballinlough missed two glorious goal chances immediately after the resumption.

When they were reduced to 14 after Peadar Byrne picked up a second yellow card they had no chance of a recovery.

Oldcastle - Robert Farrelly 1-4 two frees; Jason Scully 1-0; Colin Hawdon 0-3; Keith Connell 0-2; Steven Lawless 0-1; Paddy Gilsenan 0-1.
Ballinlough - Peadar Byrne 0-2 frees; Benji Smith 0-1; Sean Geraghty 0-1; Niall Farrelly 0-1; Padraig Muldoon 0-1.

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