Dublin hurler Conal Keaney. Cathal Noonan/INPHO
Innocent man

Conal Keaney cleared of allegedly stamping on Limerick's Cian Lynch

Good news for the Dublin hurlers ahead of Sunday’s semi-final.

DUBLIN WILL HAVE Conal Keaney available for this Sunday’s Allianz Hurling League semi-final against Cork.

Keaney was in line for an enforced spell on the sidelines after the Central Competitions Control Committee opted to review an incident that took place in Dublin’s recent win over Limerick at Croke Park.

The Dublin player appeared to stamp on Limerick’s Cian Lynch but referee Diarmuid Kirwan didn’t take action during the game, which prompted the CCCC to investigate further.

However, the GAA have confirmed this evening that Keaney will face no further disciplinary action, leaving him free to line out for the Dubs at Nowlan Park this weekend as they aim to reach their first league final since 2011.

The GAA’s Central Hearings Committee “found that the infraction as alleged was not proven and directed that the disciplinary action be at an end”.

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