Roscommon manager Kevin McStay could face further trouble over an incident with a linesman during his side’s loss to Donegal yesterday.
McStay appeared to throw a ball at the linesman at half-time before engaging in a heated conversation with officials on the way to the dressing room.
According to McStay, he apologised and was asked to leave the sideline by match referee, Ciara Branagan for the second half.
Absolute peach of a throw in fairness. pic.twitter.com/L5XO7OEU5J
— David Lawlor (@staggy_dev) July 21, 2018
Another incident showed McStay placing his hands on an official on the sideline.
The Roscommon manager was frustrated at a number of decisions that were made where he felt his side should have been awarded frees during the 0-20 to 0-13 loss. The Connacht side have no chance of qualifying for the All Ireland semi-finals following their two losses but must still face Dublin in Croke Park in their final game next weekend.