Brawl forces abandonment of Tipp minor game

July 06, 2018

A general view of a Tipperary flag.
©INPHO/Cathal Noonan.

A minor hurling game in Tipperary was abandoned last night due to a brawl.

The West Tipperary Board is awaiting the report of referee Mark Jordan before launching an investigation into the row which broke during the second half of the game between Cappawhite Gaels and Cashel King Cormacs. 

According to Tipp FM, the match official decided to call a halt to proceedings after a Cashel player was struck by a hurl and an ambulance was subsequently called.

Be sure to follow the hoganstand.com match tracker this weekend for all the live action from the All-Ireland football and hurling qualifiers and the Leinster SHC final replay.



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