The GAA's Leinster Council are to meet tonight to discuss the violent scenes at Parnell Park on Saturday afternoon.

A fight broke out among players and spectators at the Leinster intermediate hurling quarter final involving Oulart-The Ballagh of Wexford and Naomh Barróg of Dublin.

The referee's report was delivered earlier today to the Leinster Council, with the Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) due to meet at 7pm to discuss the report and, if seemed necessary, initiate an investigation into the incident.

The Chairperson of Leinster GAA, Pat Teehan, told RTÉ News on Sunday that the incident would be dealt with very seriously.

"We must deal them in as harsh a manner as we can, but also in a fair manner," he said.

"There is any amount of sanctions available. There are very severe sanctions which can be imposed and if necessary which will be imposed."