GAA presidential candidate Liam O'Neill has proposed radical changes to the organisation's disciplinary rules and procedures.

O'Neill, speaking to the Irish Examiner, was unhappy with the way the GAA was unable to order a replay after Meath's controversial win over Louth in the Leinster final.

He is suggesting that a three-man board meet every Monday to discuss issues arising from matches and hopes it would mean the GAA is not bound to rules and procedures.

O’Neill said: ‘It should be done by a three-man group where you’d have a lawyer, somebody who would know sports law; a GAA person, a former player or somebody of standing within the GAA playing community; and a neutral from a different sporting body.

‘That body could also, if we gave them powers, look at situations like what happened and say "this is just beyond what our rules can control but we must do something about it".

'Justice that is done swiftly is better for the player and for everyone. This thing where we drag it out for weeks doesn’t serve either the player that was accused, his county, or future opponents.’

O'Neill has also targeted pitch invasions and the traditional post-match All-Ireland final speech by the winning captain for reform.

‘Hanging around doing presentations is crazy. Do we need the person who’s given the cup to spend five minutes speaking? No.

‘How many speeches of people presented with cups can you remember over the years? None, so that speaks for itself, doesn’t it?

‘We need to get the cup into the hands of the captain quicker and we need to get the captain down to celebrate with his supporters quicker if there is a melee that causes a difficulty.’