There’s been condemnation of an incident during which a Currow GAA jersey was burned.
A video on social media shows a jersey with the East Kerry club’s emblem being set on fire.
It’s understood the incident took place in Knocknagoshel at the end of last month.
Currow GAA raised the matter at a meeting of county board delegates on Tuesday.
The club told Radio Kerry News that it didn’t want the County Board to take any further action but that Currow wanted it put on record at the meeting that the burning was condemned.
Currow GAA said it had raised the issue so that no such incident would happen again.
Radio Kerry understands Castleisland Desmonds GAA and Currow GAA clubs had been in contact with each other about the matter prior to the county board meeting.
Castleisland Desmonds said no player or member of its club was involved in the burning of the Currow jersey and that it condemned the incident, which occurred during a private event.