Armagh’s Stefan Campbell, Aidan Nugent and Ciaran Mackin have won their appeals and are free to face Donegal in this Sunday’s Ulster SFC quarter-final.
The trio were banned, along with Odhran McFadden Ferry and Neil McGee after a brawl at the final whistle of the final league game of the Division 1 season in O’Donnell Park.
Referee Paddy Nelian’s report identified the five players and all were given suspensions.
Donegal accepted the bans while Armagh appealed, but the Saffrons have since had the decisions overturned by the GAA’s Central Appeals Committee (CAC) this evening.
Rian O’Neill was also later given a proposed one match ban but had it overturned last week.
Donegal face Armagh in MacCumhaill Park this Sunday.