Roscommon manager Kevin McStay could be looking at a lengthy ban after appearing to shove an official during his team's Super 8s clash against Donegal this evening.
The incident took place during the closing stages of the first-half at Dr Hyde Park when a flare up between the teams caused McStay to run in the direction and remonstrate with linesman Niall Cullen, whom he clearly put his hands on as the below video clip shows:
Is Kevin McStay with his hands on the linesman and pushing him not the same offense as Dermot Connolly got suspended for last year ??? pic.twitter.com/BB53xmy7Sw- Darren Chambers (@dmcambrois) July 21, 2018
Last year Dublin's Diarmuid Connolly received a 12-week ban after shoving linesman Ciaran Brannigan, who coincidentally was the man in charge during today's match at 'the Hyde'.
The evidence suggests that McStay could be in trouble with the CCCC this week ahead of his side's All-Ireland SFC phase 3 meeting with Dublin the weekend after next.
Watching the Donegal Roscommon game in a bar in Omagh, the Dubs are enjoying the replays of Kevin McStay and the linesman #gaa- Marie Crowe (@mariecrowe) July 21, 2018
No sign of Kevin McStay on the sideline for this second-half. Threw a football at the linesman at the end of the first-half.- Eoghan Cormican (@cormicaneoghan) July 21, 2018