Fixture chaos is feared as there are no signs of a breakthrough in the stand- off between Kildare and the G-A-A.

The Lillywhites are refusing to play their third round qualifier against Mayo at Croke Park this weekend, as they feel they should have home advantage.

Former Disputes Resolution Authority head Jack Anderson has suggested that Kildare could mount a successful legal challenge.

An injunction could stall the Championship and lead to a fixture pile up.

Kildare manager Cian O'Neill is showing no signs of changing his stance, and says it's Newbridge or nowhere....


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