Tyrone GAA has condemned the 'ugly scenes' which marred two club games in the county over the weekend and says it will launch an investigation.

Former Red Had star Sean Cavanagh suffered a concussion, a broken nose and extensive facial injuries in an SFC club match on Saturday between Moy and Edendork.

Cavanagh was brought to hospital at half-time after taking a knee to the face in the 20th minute.

Twenty yellow cards, six reds and a black were dished out, though none of the reds were straight dismissals. They all came after two yellows or, in Darren McCurry's case for Edendork, a yellow and a black.

The Tyrone County Committee has also released a statement in relation to the matter which reads:

"All or any disciplinary action will be a matter of consideration by the Tyrone CCC and based on the referee's report plus examination of the video- recording of the games the matters arising will be dealt with in an urgent manner & following due process as stipulated in the Rules of the Association and the Official Guide the CCC will determine the relevant penalties.

"We would wish to condemn all of the ugly scenes of unwarranted violence."

We wish also to extend good wishes to all players who incurred injuries - whether accidentally or otherwise.

Cavanagh tweeted yesterday: "Thanks for all the messages. Released from hospital with a bad concussion, broken nose and extensive facial injuries but could have been much worse. I'm lucky."

On Friday night, a mass brawl erupted during the Intermediate FC clash between Stewartstown and Strabane.

Five red cards and two blacks were produced after the ugly scenes in injury-time.

Both teams were restored to 15 men each for extra-time, with Stewartsown eventually going on to prevail 1-19 to 2-13.