Danny Cullen, from the Setanta hurling club in Killygordon had hit out at the board over its refusal to allow the club to take part in the Kilmacud Hurling Sevens.
The county board says it is owed money by Setanta.
The club went on to play in the tournament and were crowned Shield champions at the tournament in September thanks to a 3-8 to 3-5 final win over Eoghan Ruadh of Tyrone.
They put in an impressive performance with their their second All Ireland Kilmacud Hurling Sevens Title. Hurling Clubs from Mayo, Tyrone,Derry, Armagh, Sligo Roscommon, Louth, Monaghan, London and Donegal had competed in the competition.
County Board chairman PJ McGowan told last night’s meeting at Jacksons’ Hotel in Ballybofey that Setanta had agreed to pay off €2,500 off what is owed to the Board.
“You also suggested that I come down and take the gate money,” Mr McGowan told Mr Cullen.
“We were not prepared to do that.”
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