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# Paddy Tally
Down boss has suspension reduced to 8 weeks for training guideline breach
Paddy Tally had requested a hearing which took place last night.
# first aid
'Thumper': The life-saving device that allows the Coast Guard to start CPR while a patient is being winched to safety
The Thumper is attached to a stretcher, meaning chest compressions can begin as soon as the patient is strapped in.
Suspension upheld for Kilkenny's Hogan after All-Ireland final red card
The Kilkenny forward was sent-off in the first half of the August loss to Tipperary.
# Seeing Red
Tipperary forward has red card overturned for Cork clash as Roscommon player to miss Dublin game
The CHC heard cases involving both Brian Fox and Ultan Harney last night.
# on hold
Search-and-rescue helicopter pilots industrial action called off to allow for talks
The pilots had planned to take action as a result of a dispute on rostering issues.
# Coast Guard
Explainer: Why are Irish Coast Guard search-and-rescue helicopter pilots taking industrial action?
From Thursday, the pilots will engage in a work-to-rule action.
# Unhappy Camper
'Maybe there’s an objective to sanitise the game of Gaelic football' - Dublin boss hits out at Fitzsimons ban
Jim Gavin described the decision to ban the defender as ‘bizarre’.
# Case for defence
Corofin forward cleared for football decider after red card but Na Piarsaigh duo banned for hurling final
Martin Farragher is free to play but Thomas Grimes and Conor Boylan are set to miss out.
# The Process
Diarmuid Connolly's full 12-week ban upheld (for now) after late-night hearing
Dublin forward now has the option to take his case to the Central Appeals Committee.
# Cat Out of the Bag
Jonjo Farrell's controversial red card has been rescinded
Kilkenny man in the clear following his tangle with Mikey Carton.
Investor compensation fund able to deal with future significant company failures
In its annual report, the Investor Compensation Company Limited said 2013 was ‘challenging’ due to payouts to IBRC and CHC.
# Hawk-Eye
Limerick to continue Hawk-Eye fight after latest appeal rejected
The CHC dealt Limerick another blow last night as the embarrassing Hawk-Eye controversy continues into a second week.
# Ulster SFC
Garvey's Ulster final ban upheld by CHC
The Down defender’s efforts to overturn his suspension for an alleged stamp were rejected by the Central Hearings Committee.
# Overturned
Home improvement: Monaghan win their appeal against CHC punishment
Sunday’s NFL Division 2 game between Monaghan and Louth will take place in Clones as originally scheduled.
# decisions decisions
Cork weigh up options as fall-out from Armagh row continues
Cork have yet to decide if they will appeal the CHC’s decision to strip them of home advantage for their next league game.
Fallout: Dromid Pearses hit with three year ban
The Kerry club have been barred from representing the county or their province in the club championship until 2016.
# appeal
Derrytresk will appeal Championship ban - reports
Ahead of the All-Ireland Junior club football final on Sunday, Croker-bound Derrytresk say they will appeal their five-year Championship ban.