Cathal McCarron will play no part in Tyrone's Ulster championship campaign after being handed a 12-week suspension.
The Dromore defender was cited for "minor physical interference" following an altercation with referee Michael Hughes during a club league game against Moy in April.
McCarron was one of three players who received straight red cards after a flare-up at the end of the game.
Fellow Dromore man, Sean O'Neill, picked up a four-week ban but he will be available for the Red Hand's championship opener with Armagh at Clones on May 31 as will Moy's Mark Jordan who was banned for the same length of time.
The ban means McCarron, who was pushing hard for inclusion in the Mickey Harte's starting XV, will play no part in Tyrone's bid to reclaim the Anglo-Celt Cup as the club game was played on 26 April.
McCarron's ban would not therefore elapse until midnight on the day of the Ulster final.
Dromore chairman Pat McCusker has revealed that the club will not be appealing either of their suspensions.