NENAGH VS and St Fergal's, Rathdowney will discover today if their All-Ireland VS SH 'A' semi-final is to be replayed this week.
Saturday's clash between the two sides was abandoned after St Fergal's full-forward Shane Cleere sustained a serious injury in an off-the-ball incident.
Referee Tony Carroll called a halt to proceedings after Cleere, who was waiting for an ambulance for some 40 minutes, was transferred to hospital in Clonmel.
St Fergal's sources have revealed that the player was detained overnight and has suffered suspected kidney damage after he was allegedly struck by a Nenagh opponent.
St Fergal's are adamant that they want the game to be replayed. This was the second time in a week that the tie was abandoned as nine days ago the Templetuohy fixture was called off due to a waterlogged pitch, with Nenagh down to 14 men and trailing St Fergal's at the time.
On Saturday, Nenagh were cruising as they led by 3-9 to 0-6 before Cleere suffered his injury. Nenagh sources have indicated that they believe they should be awarded the game, claiming that referee Carroll had informed them that the match would restart when the pitch was cleared.
But St Fergal's were unwilling to continue due to the serious nature of Cleere's injury and it remains to be seen what course of action Post Primary schools officials will take.
This abandonment throws into doubt the final of this competition, which is fixed for this coming Saturday at Semple Stadium. Holders St Brigid's of Loughrea are safely through to the final.
Croke Park chiefs will receive Carroll's official match report this morning before deciding on a course of action.