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    Munster Appeal Against Quinlan’s Ban

    Munster appeal against Quinlan's suspension
    Saturday, 23 December 2006 7:06
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    Munster have lodged an appeal against the six-week suspension handed down to Alan Quinlan by the ERC last week.

    The back-row forward was given the ban for a stamping incident in the Heineken Cup win over Cardiff last Saturday.

    The ERC have confirmed that they have received an appeal by Munster and it now looks like an Independent Appeal Committee will meet on the issue in early January.

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    Well done by the Brains Trust - now the suspension will be doubled.
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      #3
      halved more like....

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        #4


        Originally posted by Fullback
        halved more like....




        After Munster's shameful conduct in the MLgame next Wednesday? Not a hope! [img]smileys/razz.gif[/img]
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          #5
          Correct me if i'm wrong, but by appealing aren't we effectively resetting the clock?
          In other words, he's now free to play until the hearing?

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            Surely theminimum suspension for stamping of 4 weeks will still apply?
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              #7
              That's true, if it was a full appeal then the clock would reset.
              But because he pleaded guilty and they're only able to appeal the sentence it should mean at least four weeks.

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                Originally posted by huron
                That's true, if it was a full appeal then the clock would reset.
                But because he pleaded guilty and they're only able to appeal the sentence it should mean at least four weeks.

                1-So youy are saying the ban has to last a minimium of 4 weeks(According to whoe rules?)


                2-Is he free to play now until the hearing?


                3-Is the ban from all levels of rugby?
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Old Dog


                  Well done by the Brains Trust - now the suspension will be doubled.


                  Won't happen but in any case it is worth the gamble as he would be mostly idle until the end of March.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Old Dog





                    Surely theminimum suspension for stamping of 4 weeks will still apply?


                    I'm not saying the following is the case but,


                    as I said in another thread Biarritz\ appea;ed over August and succeeded,


                    so perhaps the ERC may have made a mistake with the ban, who knows, thus a 4 week or any ban may not be forthcoming

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Point
                      Originally posted by Old Dog


                      Well done by the Brains Trust - now the suspension will be doubled.


                      Won't happen but in any case it is worth the gamble as he would be mostly idle until the end of March.


                      What makesyousosure that I won't be on the appeal committee. [img]smileys/badgrin.gif[/img]





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                        #12
                        Well, your name isn't Quinlan for a start. [img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Old Dog
                          Originally posted by Point
                          Originally posted by Old Dog


                          Well done by the Brains Trust - now the suspension will be doubled.


                          Won't happen but in any case it is worth the gamble as he would be mostly idle until the end of March.


                          What makesyousosure that I won't be on the appeal committee. [img]smileys/badgrin.gif[/img]


                          [img]smileys/shock.gif[/img]

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                            #14


                            Originally posted by Cathal
                            Well, your name isn't Quinlan for a start. [img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]




                            Cathal - this may come as a shock to you, but my surname isn't really "Dog". [img]smileys/smile.gif[/img]
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                              #15

                              Originally posted by Point
                              Originally posted by Old Dog
                              Originally posted by Point
                              Originally posted by Old Dog


                              Well done by the Brains Trust - now the suspension will be doubled.


                              Won't happen but in any case it is worth the gamble as he would be mostly idle until the end of March.


                              What makesyousosure that I won't be on the appeal committee. [img]smileys/badgrin.gif[/img]



                              [img]smileys/shock.gif[/img]

                              Relax, OG's easily bribed... and if not.. there's always blackmail..[img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]

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