The Cavan County Board have indicated that they may accept their part in last Sunday’s Ulster Championship fracas at the Athletic Grounds.
Cavan, along with Armagh, have been fined €5,000 and players suspended, however, the Orchard county said they will contest the decision.
Brendan Donaghy, Kieran Toner and Andy Mallon all received a one match ban arising from the mass brawl.
Martin Dunne, who was badly injured in the melee, and Fergal Flanagan have also received a one match suspension.
If Armagh’s appeal proves unsuccessful the first-team trio will miss their Ulster Championship semi-final clash with either Monaghan or Tyrone on June 28.
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