GAA President Liam O'Neill has called for DCU to provide evidence of the biting incident they have alleged happened in their O'Byrne Cup tie against Dublin on Sunday.
O'Neill told FM104 reporter Darren Cleary 'If people aren't prepared to give evidence then they shouldn't make the allegation in the first place.' 'If you can't get the evidence that's the way life works.'
However, O'Neill stated that the GAA will take action if such evidence is provided:
'If a player is accused of something as serious as this, I think due process has to kick in. If he did something which is against the rules then the rules kick in. Justice will be delivered.'
And just in case you were wondering, the president is of course against biting in general 'It's something that should happen in any walk of life. Nobody should be bitten at any stage.'