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Ó Sé ban upheld in blow to Kingdom

Kerry defender to miss Galway and Armagh games as four-week suspension stands.

Image: INPHO/James Crombie

KERRY DEFENDER MARC Ó Sé last night lost his appeal against a proposed four-week suspension.

The full-back contested the ban after he was charged by the CCCC with striking in a clash with Dublin’s Eoghan OGara during the National League game against Dublin at Croke Park last Saturday week.

Kingdom officials have been informed that the ban stands. Ó Sé is now suspended for four weeks from the date of his last game.

The Ventry man will now miss ties with Galway and Armagh.

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