The Tyrone and Donegal county boards have both been fined €5,000 each following on from the ugly scenes after the half-time whistle was blown in their Ulster SFC preliminary round clash.
Tyrone assistant manager Gavin Devlin has also been hit with a proposed eight-week ban.
Should the suspension be upheld, Devlin will not be allowed on the sideline for the Red Hands opening game in the All-Ireland qualifiers on June 27.
No players from either county were singled out for punishments arising from the incident, which occurred as both teams left the field at half-time.
Both counties have the option of appealing the punishments.
Gaelic football was badly let down in Ballybofey this day last week. Not by the defensive tactics of the teams, we still ended up with an exciting match with plenty of positive football in it. Not by the half-time shemozzle which was a storm in a teacup with no real damage done. And not by the 'sledging' as Seán Cavanagh's complaints, coming only a couple of weeks after Tyrone dismissed Tipperary's concerns on this matter in the All-Ireland under 21 final, perhaps have as much to do with disappointment about the result as concern about the fragile mental health of inter-county players.
On Sunday, Joe Brolly's newspaper column ran on the thorny topic of sledging, this season's new issue that has in fact been bubbling under for many years and subject to a previously cast-iron code of silence.