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GAA Take No Action Over Biting Allegations

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10:50 23 Jul 2014


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The GAA has closed the case on the biting allegation that overshadowed Dublin's Leinster final win over Meath on Sunday.

The Central Competitions Control Committee informed the Dubs management team that it would not be recommending any ban following their investigation into the incident.

Meath defender Mickey Burke and Dubs forward Eoghan O'Gara clashed in the 63rd minute of the game and after the game Meath manager Mick O’Dowd revealed Burke had his finger bitten by a Dublin player.

The video footage has proved inconclusive and neither side are willing to make any further submissions.


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