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Mayo's Lee Keegan has been cleared to play against Kerry this Saturday

Keegan will be back for the semi-final replay in Limerick.

Many thought the red card last Sunday was unwarranted.
Many thought the red card last Sunday was unwarranted.


LEE KEEGAN IS in line to play against Kerry in this Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final replay after the GAA overturned the red card he received in the drawn game.

Keegan was sent off for an alleged kick just before the half last Sunday but tonight the GAA took the step of rescinding the card. The initial decision to send off Keegan was extremely polarising, with many people weighing in for and against the red card.

Similarly, tonight’s decision drew an array of different views.




Some other players came out in support of the decision tonight too.

Do you think the red card should have been rescinded?

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