Wexford's Oulart the Ballagh have been hit with a ban from provincial hurling and two increased player suspensions.
This comes following Leinster Council's decision to take further action following a mass brawl with Naomh Barróg in Parnell Park.
The club had appealed initial punishments following the brawl during their intermediate quarter-final encounter.
Some VERY Disgusting behaviour at between Naomh Barróg and Oulart-the-Ballagh.pic.twitter.com/QptnL4oW2w
— Buff Egan (@buff_egan) November 12, 2022
A 48-week ban handed to one player will remain unchanged, while two other players see their punishment increased from 36 and 24-week bans to 48.
The club have banned from Leinster competition the next time they qualify at either senior, intermediate, or junior level, and will also be fined €3,000.
It is believed they will appeal the penalties.
Two Naomh Barróg cases arising from the same fixture are due for hearing later this week.
As reported by the Irish Times, Minister of State for Sport, Jack Chambers, publicly condemned the behaviour and called for strong sanctions against those responsible.