The GAA Central Hearing Committee has ruled that the charge of abusive language towards a lines man against Tipperary Senior Hurling Manager Liam Cahill is not proven. The result means that no penalty will be imposed. The Manager had faced a possible four-week suspension.
The case was heard in Dublin last night. After considering all the evidence provided and the submissions made on behalf of both parties, it was the decision of An Lár Choiste Éisteachta(Central Hearings Committee) that the evidence presented by Liam Cahill did contradict the Referee’s Report.
Tipperary will take on Waterford in Thurles next Sunday seeking to qualify for the Munster Final. Tipperary can secure progress to the All Ireland Series by finishing third in the Munster table but team management are focused on winning a Munster title. Mr Cahill was the manager of the Waterford team between September 2019 and July 2022.