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Disciplinary Hearings – Large Rugby Information

Crimson card – Cobus Wiese (Sale Sharks)

The Sale Sharks second row, Cobus Wiese (No 4), was issued with a pink card throughout his membership’s Heineken Champions Cup, Spherical 3 match towards Stade Toulousain on the AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday, 14 January 2023.

Wiese was despatched off by the referee, Mike Adamson (Scotland), within the 18th minute of the match for a harmful filter out on the Stade Toulousain prop, Dorian Aldegheri (No 3), in contravention of Legislation 9.20.

Rhian Williams (Wales), Chair, Mike Ross (Eire) and Lawrence Sephaka (South Africa) have been appointed because the impartial Disciplinary Committee for the listening to which is able to happen by video convention this night (Monday 16 January).

Legislation 9.20 Harmful play in a ruck or maul
Beneath World Rugby’s Sanctions for Foul Play, Legislation 9.20 referring to harmful play in a ruck or maul carries the next sanction entry factors – Low Finish: 2 weeks; Mid-range: 6 weeks; Prime finish: 10 to 52 weeks

Crimson card – Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs)

The Exeter Chiefs centre, Henry Slade (No 13), was issued with a pink card throughout his membership’s Heineken Champions Cup, Spherical 3 match towards the Vodacom Bulls at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday, 14 January 2023.

Slade was despatched off by the referee, Thomas Charabas (France), within the 54th minute of the match for tackling the Vodacom Bulls full again, Kurt-Lee Arendse (No 15), in a harmful method in contravention of Legislation 9.13.

Jennifer Donovan (Eire), Chair, Frank Hadden (Scotland) and Yannick Jauzion (France) have been appointed because the impartial Disciplinary Committee for the listening to which is able to happen by video convention tomorrow (Tuesday 17 January).

Legislation 9.13 A participant should not sort out an opponent dangerously
Beneath World Rugby’s Sanctions for Foul Play, Legislation 9.13 referring to harmful tackling carries the next sanction entry factors – Low Finish: 2 weeks; Mid-range: 6 weeks; Prime finish: 10 to 52 weeks.

Crimson card – Ben Loader (London Irish)

The London Irish full again, Ben Loader, (No 15), was issued with a pink card throughout his membership’s Heineken Champions Cup, Spherical 3 match towards the DHL Stormers on the Gtech Neighborhood Stadium on Sunday, 15 January 2023.

Loader was despatched off by the referee, Ludovic Cayre (France), within the 18th minute of the match for tackling the DHL Stormers out half, Manie Libbok (No 10), in a harmful method in contravention of Legislation 9.13.

Simon Thomas (Wales), Chair, Marcello d’Orey (Portugal) and Tony Wheat (Eire) have been appointed because the impartial Disciplinary Committee for the listening to which is able to happen by video convention on Wednesday (18 January).

Legislation 9.13 A participant should not sort out an opponent dangerously
Beneath World Rugby’s Sanctions for Foul Play, Legislation 9.13 referring to harmful tackling carries the next sanction entry factors – Low Finish: 2 weeks; Mid-range: 6 weeks; Prime finish: 10 to 52 weeks

Crimson card – Ciaran Parker (London Irish)

The London Irish substitute prop, Ciaran Parker (No 18), was issued with a pink card throughout his membership’s Heineken Champions Cup, Spherical 3 match towards the DHL Stormers on the Gtech Neighborhood Stadium on Sunday, 15 January 2023.

Parker was despatched off by the referee, Ludovic Cayre (France), within the forty third minute of the match for a harmful filter out on the DHL Stormers again row, Deon Fourie (No 6), in contravention of Legislation 9.20.

David Martin (Eire), Chair, Valeriu Toma (Romania) and Chris Watts (Wales) have been appointed because the impartial Disciplinary Committee for the listening to which is able to happen by video convention on Wednesday (18 January).

Legislation 9.20 Harmful play in a ruck or maul
Beneath World Rugby’s Sanctions for Foul Play, Legislation 9.20 referring to harmful play in a ruck or maul carries the next sanction entry factors – Low Finish: 2 weeks; Mid-range: 6 weeks; Prime finish: 10 to 52 weeks

Crimson card – Jack O’Donoghue (Munster Rugby)

The Munster Rugby again row, Jack O’Donoghue (No 6), was issued with a pink card throughout his membership’s Heineken Champions Cup, Spherical 3 match towards Northampton Saints at Thomond Park on Saturday, 14 January 2023.

O’Donoghue was despatched off by the referee, Tual Trainini (France), within the twenty third minute of the match for tackling the Northampton Saints second row, David Ribbans (No 4) in a harmful method in contravention of Legislation 9.13.

Ian Unsworth KC (England), Chair, Nigel Williams (Wales) and Martyn Wooden (England|) have been appointed because the impartial Disciplinary Committee for the listening to which is able to happen by video convention on Thursday (19 January).

Legislation 9.13 A participant should not sort out an opponent dangerously
Beneath World Rugby’s Sanctions for Foul Play, Legislation 9.13 referring to harmful tackling carries the next sanction entry factors – Low Finish: 2 weeks; Mid-range: 6 weeks; Prime finish: 10 to 52 weeks.

Citing criticism – Makazole Mapimpi (Cell C Sharks)

EPCR has obtained a citing criticism towards the Cell C Sharks wing, Makazole Mapimpi (No 11), arising from his membership’s Heineken Champions Cup, Spherical 3 match towards Union Bordeaux-Bègles on Saturday, 14 January 2023.

Mapimpi is alleged to have made contact with the attention or eye space of ​​the Union Bordeaux-Bègles scrum half, Maxime Lucu (No 9), within the thirty sixth minute of the match in contravention of Legislation 9.12.

The criticism was made by the match Citing Commissioner, Brian Campsall (England).

Antony Davies (England), Chair, Leon Lloyd (England) and Donald Courtney (Eire) have been appointed because the impartial Disciplinary Committee for the listening to which is able to happen by video convention on Wednesday (18 January).

Legislation 9.12 A participant should not bodily abuse anybody.
Beneath World Rugby’s Sanctions for Foul Play, Legislation 9.12 referring to contact with the attention or eye space carries the next sanction entry factors – Low Finish: 4 weeks; Mid-range: 8 weeks; Prime finish: 12 to 52 weeks.

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Crimson card – Elliott Obatoyinbo (Newcastle Falcons)

The Newcastle Falcons full again, Elliott Obatoyinbo (No 15), was issued with a pink card throughout his membership’s EPCR Problem Cup, Spherical 3 match towards Cardiff Rugby at Cardiff Arms Park on Sunday, 15 January January 2023.

Obatoyinbo was despatched off by the referee, Vivien Praderie (France), within the fortieth minute of the match for tackling the Cardiff Rugby wing, Jason Harries, (No 11) in a harmful method in contravention of Legislation 9.13.

The impartial Disciplinary Committee and the date for the listening to will likely be confirmed as quickly as potential.

Legislation 9.13 A participant should not sort out an opponent dangerously
Beneath World Rugby’s Sanctions for Foul Play, Legislation 9.13 referring to harmful tackling carries the next sanction entry factors – Low Finish: 2 weeks; Mid-range: 6 weeks; Prime finish: 10 to 52 weeks.

Misconduct complaints – Geoffrey Lanne-Petit and Part Paloise

EPCR has determined to convey misconduct complaints towards the Part Paloise Assault Coach, Geoffrey Lanne-Petit, and towards Part Paloise arising from the membership’s EPCR Problem Cup, Spherical 1 match towards the Toyota Cheetahs at Stade du Hameau on Saturday, 10 December 2022.

Lanne-Petit is alleged to have dedicated an act of misconduct in contravention of EPCR’s Disciplinary Guidelines in that he verbally abused the Assistant Referee, Hollie Davidson (Scotland), following the conclusion of the match.

Additionally, unidentified Part Paloise gamers, or individuals linked with the membership, are alleged to have dedicated acts of misconduct in contravention of EPCR’s Disciplinary Guidelines in that they harassed the match officers following the conclusion of the match.

Gareth Graham (England), Chair, David Humphreys (Eire) and Donal Courtney (Eire) have been appointed because the impartial Disciplinary Committee for the listening to which is able to happen by video convention tomorrow (Tuesday 17 January).

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