The chairman of the GAA's medical, scientific and welfare committee Ger Ryan has praised Mayo for the manner in which they dealt with Lee Keegan's suspected concussion sustained on Sunday.
Keegan stayed on the field after colliding with Cork's Eoin Cadogan, who was removed with suspected concussion, with the Mayo captain only being withdrawn 10 minutes later.
They later issued a statement admitting they should have taken Keegan off earlier as a precaution.
"We would very much congratulate Mayo on coming out and dealing with the matter in the positive and constructive way that they did. Cork obviously dealt with the matter perfectly," said Ryan.
He said his body were also "comfortable with our mantra 'if in doubt sit them out'", having rejected a motion to introduce a concussion substitute last year.
The committee are currently addressing inter-county managers on a range of medical matters, including concussion.
For a snapshot of the place where concussion has occupied in GAA history it's worth recalling a story from the 1980 All-Ireland football final that my good friend Dr Con Murphy once told me.