Despite much jawing over the morals of the incident in the 10 days since the All-Ireland final, Lee Keegan has reportedly escaped punishment for tossing a GPS unit at Dean Rock in the closing minutes of the game.
According to the Irish Independent's Colm Keys, the CCCC has finished its investigations from the final. Footage of Keegan appearing to throw his GPS tracker in the direction of Rock as he stepped up to take what turned out to be the winning kick was deemed inconclusive.
Along with Keegan, two Dublin players will also not be disciplined for incidents during the final.
Late in the first half, Eoghan O'Gara made contact with Colm Boyle's face as he lay on the ground. He has not been charged over the matter.
Cormac Costello has escaped punishment for throwing away Mayo goalkeeper David Clarke's kicking tees in the final minutes of the game as Dublin held a one-point advantage. It's said that there was no specific charge which could have stuck for the incident.