Dublin captain Eoghan O’Donnell believes the proposed tweak to hurling’s black card/penalty rule makes sense but has warned there ‘can’t be any room for ambiguity’ regarding its implementation.
A foul that denies a goalscoring opportunity, and which occurs inside the 20-metre line, is currently punished with a penalty for the attacking team while the player who has committed the foul is shown a black card and ordered off for 10 minutes.
O’Donnell’s Dublin were twice caught out in their recent Allianz League clash with Waterford, conceding two penalties which were converted and losing two separate players for 10 minutes each.
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