# Derrytresk

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# Grab the popcorn
No hard feelings? Brian McGuigan hits out at Kerry duo
The Tyrone star has compared the actions of Declan O’Sullivan to Cristiano Ronaldo. Not in a good way.
Brolly: Portlaoise 'God Save The Queen' controversy a storm in a tea cup
‘There’s just a bit of desperation as Armagh are slipping out the relegation trap door,’ the RTÉ pundit says.
Fallout: Dromid Pearses hit with three year ban
The Kerry club have been barred from representing the county or their province in the club championship until 2016.
# Shemozzle
Harmless: McGeeney not expecting action after Clones scuffle
Neither Kieran McGeeney or Eamonn McEnaney feel that yesterday’s flashpoint at St Tiernach’s Park will warrant further review from the CCCC.
# appeal
Derrytresk will appeal Championship ban - reports
Ahead of the All-Ireland Junior club football final on Sunday, Croker-bound Derrytresk say they will appeal their five-year Championship ban.
# GAA Violence
Derrytresk banned from Championship for 5 years
The Tyrone club have been hit with hefty sanctions for their role in last month’s violence in Portlaoise, but they will be allowed to play in Sunday’s All-Ireland Junior football final.
Derrytresk to appeal against CCCC sanction
The Junior Ulster club champions will not accept the hefty fine and suspensions handed down yesterday.
Both Derrytresk and Dromid hit with heavy bans and fines for brawl
Tyrone club will, reportedly, have to plan without eight players for their All-Ireland Club decider at Croke Park.
# reserved
Poll: Are Dr Crokes right to ask for ‘separation’ at O’Moore Park tie?
Killarney club says they don’t want segregation for meeting with Crossmaglen Rangers in Portlaoise on Sunday.
# to clarify
Dr Crokes not seeking fan segregation in Portlaoise
Kerry club reject claims that they want fans separated for clash with Crossmaglen.
# GAA Brawl
Footage 'will speak for itself', as Dromid press for Derrytresk punishment
Dromid Pearses have released a lengthy statement outlining their concerns following Sunday’s punch-up in Portlaoise.
# widespread problem
Spillane: 'the eye doesn't lie' - Derrytresk should be punished immediately
Pat Spillane say that GAA violence will persist at all levels until clubs are held to the letter of the law.
# Probe
Kerry club Dromid Pearses call for GAA to examine brawl footage
All-Ireland Junior Football Championship semi-final against Derrytresk in Portlaoise was marred by ugly scenes.