Sludden to referee quarter-final
Published 28/10/2010 | 17:12
Controversial referee Martin Sludden is to take charge of his first high-profile game since the infamous Leinster SFC final last July, when Meath won the title with the help of a goal that should have been disallowed.
He is to take charge of the Ulster Club SFC quarter-final between Naomh Conaill and Clontibret at Ballybofey on Sunday.
The Tyrone official was attacked by Louth supporters after he awarded the stoppage time goal which denied the Wee county a first provincial title in more than 50 years.