Joe was lucky, in a sense, that Derry had already used six substitutes and couldn't bring anyone on to replace him. But at that stage Donegal had more or less the game won. But again it underlines the difficulties referees are having with the black card.
I can only assume Joe felt the foul wasn't deliberate and therefore not a black card offence.
Anomalies of the black card to the fore once again
McQuillan, overall, had an excellent game Nike Shoes Pictures 2018 in Celtic Park but there were two major talking points. In the sixth minute, he decided not to show a black card to Patsy Bradley for a pull down on Odhrn Mac Niallais.
In a good sporting draw between Cork and Waterford in Semple Stadium, obviously more attention will be drawn to the last 10 minutes.
by the ref as he should have been.
I did agree with his decision to disallow a scoreable free for Derry, after Emmet Bradley had taken a minute in preparing to take the kick in the 29th minute. The ball was thrown up as a result.
Cork supporters will make strong claims about Alan Cadogan deserving a free in the 70th minute, while those in Waterford will be annoyed that Cork defender Stephen McDonnell was handed a free out in the 63rd minute.
However, rule 4.8 states it isn't a bookable foul if it doesn't constitute a danger to the other player. In fairness, it was a harmless enough throw from a fella falling to the ground.
Here lies the problem, and it's exactly why there is going to be a lot of heated debate about the rule in this year's Championship and beyond.
In the 66th minute, a hurley less Kevin Moran showed great skill to pick the ball up with both of his feet and handpass the ball to a team mate. Rule 1.5 allows for such Nike Shoes 2017 For Girls
In the 71st minute, James Kielt was correctly shown a black card for hand tripping Eamon McGee. Four minutes earlier, he had been shown a yellow card but wasn't shown Nike 2018 Shoes Offering
However, Moran did throw his hurley at Aidan Walsh, although it didn't stop the Cork player scoring what was a great point. It was mentioned by co commentator Michael Duignan on TV that it might have been a second yellow card offence as Moran had picked one up earlier in the game.
Yesterday was an unusual Championship Sunday, for one reason in particular. It not often you see over three times as many yellow cards being shown in a Munster SHC game than an Ulster SFC football one.
Two of the three All Ireland final referees of last year were on duty in the TV games, Brian Gavin and Joe McQuillan, and Gavin by the end of the match in Thurles had shown seven yellows to McQuillan's two in Derry.
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