The Leinster Council have proposed bans of up to a year for players involved in the fight during this month's AIB Leinster intermediate club hurling clash between Naomh Barróg of Dublin and Wexford's Oulart-The Ballagh.

RTÉ Sport understands individuals in the crowd have also had fines and/or bans proposed following the violent scenes, which took place in Parnell Park on 12 November.

In total more than half a dozen punishments have been proposed.

In the wake of the fight - footage of which was shared widely on social media - the Chairperson of Leinster GAA, Pat Teehan, told RTÉ News that the incident would be dealt with very seriously.

The Leinster Council's Central Competitions and Control Committee (CCCC) met earlier this week and decided on the punishments, which have been communicated to the clubs.

Oulart and Naomh Barróg have until Friday afternoon to seek a hearing, but if the punishments are accepted there may be confirmation of the suspensions and fines by tomorrow evening.

This was the latest in a string of violent incidents that have blighted the club season, with Croke Park keen for its bodies to dole out punishments that will act as a deterrent against future incidents.