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Cabinteely v Galway United clash called off after Covid-19 case

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Cabinteely’s First Division clash against Galway United tonight has been called off after a positive Covid-19 test.

The game, set for Stradbrook this evening, has been cancelled after Cabinteely informed the League of Ireland that the club could not field a team after discussions with the HSE around the positive test.

The matter will be referred to the FAI’s Disciplinary Control Unit.

A statement read: “Following discussions with the HSE around a positive COVID-19 case at the club, Cabinteely FC have informed the League of Ireland that they are unable to field a team for the scheduled SSE Airtricity First Division fixture against Galway United.

“The fixture will not take place tonight and this matter will now be referred to the FAI’s Disciplinary Control Unit.”

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