A football player has been suspended for six matches after it was found he shoved a Plymouth Argyle ball boy to the ground.
The incident happened during Plymouth's League Two defeat to Leyton Orient at Home Park.
In footage recorded during the match, visiting captain Liam Kelly was seen to have pushed the teenage ball boy to the ground.
After the footage emerged, Argyle reported the incident to the FA - and Kelly was charged with violent conduct.
Kelly denied the charge at an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing on Friday (17 Feb) but the panel found the charge of proven conduct had been proven against him.
He has now been suspended from playing for six matches - three more than would usually be given.