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Two GAA players released from hospital after violence at club game

A spokesperson for Naomh Conaill told that the player was “badly bruised” following the incident.

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TWO GAA PLAYERS have been released from hospital, having suffered facial injuries after a brawl erupted during a reserve game between St Eunan’s and Naomh Conaill yesterday.

A spokesperson for Naomh Conaill confirmed to that both players were released from hospital following the incident yesterday.

The spokesperson added that their player was “a bit sore” and “badly bruised” as a result of the fracas.

Donegal Daily previously quoted an eye-witness as saying that the St Eunan’s player was “down for a long time” and allegedly “kicked in the head at one stage” It is understood that the referee will issue a full report on the incident to the county board.

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