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Daly and Howard hit with bans following pitch-side bust-up

Meanwhile, both Clarecastle and Kilmaley have been fined as a result of the incident.

Daly has been suspended for four weeks.
Daly has been suspended for four weeks.

DUBLIN MANAGER ANTHONY Daly and new Kerry boss Tom Howard have been hit with four and eight-week bans respectively, for their roles in a recent pitch-side bust-up.

The duo have been banned by the Clare county board after being involved in a flare-up during a county minor final between Clarecastle and Kilmaley.

In addition, Clarecastle selector Stephen Sheedy has been banned for four weeks and Kilmaley coach Niall Romer has been handed an eight-week suspension.

The clubs have each been fined €3,000, and have until Thursday to make an appeal against the verdict.

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