Conal Keaney has been cleared of stamping and will be available to play Sunday's Allianz Hurling League Division 1 semi-final against Cork as a result.

The Central Competitions Control Committee decided to review an incident that took place in Dublin’s win over Limerick when Keaney's foot landed on the back of Cian Lynch.

Match referee Diarmuid Kirwan took no action during the match, which prompted the CCCC to investigate further.

However, after contesting the charge, a meeting of the Central Hearings Committee “found that the infraction as alleged was not proven and directed that the disciplinary action be at an end”.

This makes the Ballyboden man available for the clash at Nowlan Park on Sunday 19 April.