Galway ladies manager Tim Rabbitt claims his side were not shown respect by the LGFA, when their All-Ireland football semi-final against Cork yesterday was moved to Croke Park, due to a frozen pitch at Parnell Park.
The change of venue left his players with just seven minutes to warm up ahead of the game.
Tim Rabbitt says he regrets not walking off the pitch, and refusing to play the game.
He said they were willing to be accommodating, and were assured they would have sufficient time for their warm-up, but they didn't get that, after arriving at Croke Park.
Cork beat Galway by 2-17 to 13 points.
The game was originally fixed for Limerick, but the Gaelic Grounds became unavailable when the Limerick hurlers reached the All-Ireland final.
The Galway manager said the match should then have been fixed for Thurles or Ennis, rather than bringing the Cork and Galway teams to Dublin.