The GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee are expected to examine the melee involving Armagh and Galway when they meet later today.

Referee David Coldrick on Monday submitted his report of the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final, where he showed straight red cards to Armagh pair Greg McCabe and Aidan Nugent and Galway captain Seán Kelly.

The CCCC will establish whether further disciplinary action should be taken after an eventful encounter, with several off-the-ball incidents apart from the melee, which saw Galway forward Damien Comer eye-gouged by a member of Armagh's extended panel.

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Armagh co-captain Nugent and Kelly were dismissed following the ugly brawl as the teams left the pitch at the end of normal time.

Galway might seek to have Kelly cleared to play in Galway’s All-Ireland semi-final against Derry on 9 July, with replays suggesting both he and Nugent may have been attempting to break up the fracas.

Galway beat Armagh 4-1 on penalties after a dramatic contest where the sides finished level after extra-time.

Former GAA president Liam O'Neill called on the Association to "tidy up its act" amid decreasing faith in its disciplinary system, while ex-inter-county referee Pat McEnaney said the GAA has too many avenues of appeal, which are open to abuse.

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Speaking on RTÉ Radio 1's Today with Claire Byrne on Monday, McEnaney said: "Our disciplinary system is broken. There is no question about that. That is not today or yesterday and that is not this past six months or year. It has been broken quite a long time.

"We need to fix it, simple as. We have too many procedures, too many appeals and too many members not buying into the concept.

"People appeal situations where we have clear video evidence of someone striking someone - but yet we go and appeal it."

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