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Cronin's red card will be appealed to the Camogie Association’s appeals' committee on Friday night

September 9th, 2021 12:40 PM

By Kieran McCarthy

Cork’s Orla Cronin is red carded by referee John Dermody during the All-Ireland senior camogie championship semi-final against Kilkenny. (Photo: James Crombie/INPHO)

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CORK Camogie will appeal Orla Cronin’s red card against Kilkenny to the Camogie Association’s appeals' committee on Friday night.

The Enniskeane star has been handed a three-match ban after being sent off in the 57th-minute of Cork’s All-Ireland semi-final victory Kilkenny at Croke Park.

The red card – after Cronin was cited for striking an opponent – was upheld earlier this week before a hearings committee. It means that Cronin is set to miss Sunday's All-Ireland camogie final against Galway in Croke Park.

Cork named their starting team for Sunday’s final earlier today, with captain Linda Collins replacing Cronin.

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