Galway captain Ian McGlynn is free to play in their All-Ireland Minor Hurling final against Kilkenny on Sunday week.
The defender has successfully appealed against the red card he received in the second-half of their semi-final victory over Wexford.
The Central Hearings Committee have determined that McGlynn's alleged strike with a hurley was not proven and they've overturned the dismissal.
"Ian McGlynn requested a Hearing which took place on the 8th August 2019. An Lár Choiste Éisteachta Éisteachta (Central Hearings Committee) found the alleged infraction not proven.
Therefore, no penalty was imposed, and the Committee ordered the players record to be amended accordingly", the CHC determined.
While Laois forward Aaron Dunphy is set to miss their Leinster Senior Hurling Championship opener next summer.
The Borris-In-Ossory/Kilcotton club man was sent off for a strike on Paudie Maher in the Joe McDonagh Cup champions' defeat to Tipperary in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
Dunphy was shown a straight red card and the C-H-C have upheld that decision.
Donegal's maoir uisce Gary Boyle will not be allowed on the sideline for their next Championship game after he was found guilty of "unofficial entry onto the field of play" during their draw with Kerry in the Super 8s at Croke Park.