Tipperary forward Seamus Callanan is available for Sundayâ€™s hurling league semi-final against Waterford after a last minute reprieve from the ban received for a red card against Offaly in the quarter final.
Itâ€™s a huge and unexpected boost for Tipperary ahead of the Nowlan Park showdown against the Deise.
On Thursday night the Cental Appeals Committee over-turned the suspension following an appeal from Callanan.
The Drom-Inch player received a straight red card for an incident in the Offaly game, a sanction many considered harsh.
Tipperaryâ€™s first appeal to the Central Hearings Committee against the suspension was unsuccessful.
With Kieran Bergin, Noel McGrath and Cathal Barrett all unavailable for Sundayâ€™s game, the Callanan reprieve is welcome news for manager Eamon Oâ€™Shea and his selectors.