It now happens that the substance that O'Sullivan took did not list MHA, the banned substance he tested possitive for, in its list of ingredients either on the bottle of tablets or online. The player himself was able to present evidence of having conducted internet research into the product before taking it.
So having done his due diligence he fails the test because the company failed to include a list of all ingredients on the bottle and in its online presence. All of this is accepted by Sport Ireland, who said the player "bore no significant fault or negligence"
Then an amateur player is banned for almost six months and his name released into the public domain.
Sorry but that is absolutely outrageous.