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    ERC DISCIPLINARY APPEAL HEARING</TD></TR>
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    The appeal by the Munster player Alan Quinlan against his six-week suspension for stamping in the Round 4 Heineken Cup Pool 4 match against Cardiff Blues at Thomond Park on Saturday, 16 December, 2006 will be heard in Dublin on Wednesday, 3 January, 2007.

    An independent Appeal Committee chaired by Rod McKenzie (Scotland) has been appointed to hear this matter. He will be joined on the committee by Matthew Lohn (England) and Robert Horner (England).

    Quinlan's suspension arose from a citing lodged by the Citing Commissioner for the match, Alan Mansell (England). The case against the Munster back row man was for an alleged stamping in contravention of Law 10.4 (b).

    The case against Quinlan was heard on Wednesday, 20 December by an independent Disciplinary Committee comprising Christopher Quinlan (England), Bruce Reece-Russell (England) and Iain Goodall (Scotland).

    The player admitted the offence and the Committee upheld the citing complaint before imposing the six-week suspension which is due to run up to, and including, 30 January, 2007.</TD></TR></T></TABLE>
    "This was the performance Ireland had been threatening all championship but had only managed to produce in fits and starts. Defeats at the hands of France and Wales had put paid to their title aspirations, never mind a Grand Slam, but yesterday’s emphatic 24-8 win shows that this is a team moving in the right direction."

    The Irish Times after Ireland beat England at Lansdowne Road on 19/03/11

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    any 1 have the video of thisonline yet?
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      I didn't realise the RFU's punishment guidelines were different to the ERC's.

      <div ="line"><a href="http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_uni&#111;n/my_club/bath/6217397.stm" target="_blank">
      Grewcock faces up to possible ban</a>
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      Bath second row Danny Grewcock has been cited for allegedly stamping on Sale flanker Nathan Bonner-Evans.










      Grewcock was reported by the independent citing officer Peter Larter
      after an incident during Bath's 18-16 win over Sale on 22 December.

      The 34-year-old, who has won 66 caps for England, has
      been summoned to appear in front of a Rugby Football Union disciplinary
      panel on 4 January.






      Chris Malone slotted a late drop-goal to secure the win for Bath.









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      The RFU's guidelines suggest a punishment of four weeks for an offence at the "lower end" of the scale.











      Other Premiership players who have been cited for stamping this season have received bans of between one and four weeks.















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        Repeat offender Grewcock will probably have the book thrown at him by the RFU.
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          Is it just the sentance they are appealing?





          It's about time the IRB stopped this nonsense, the whole disciplinary side needs a complete overhaul, it's a joke. Wales have joined the piss taking by only banning Nugget for 3 weeks. Sad days.





          Whatever happens Lewis won't heal any quicker.
          Not Munster, not even Irish.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Dingleberry


            Is it just the sentance they are appealing?


            What else can they appeal?!?!?He pleaded guilty to the stamp!!!![img]smileys/c&#111;nfused.gif[/img]
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              So he admots he is guilty but doesnt like the punsihment. They should add on a couple of weeks for him being a whinger

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                As those who know me can confirm, I'm no fan of Quinnie, but I thought that his behaviour immediately after the incident was commendable and I'll be quite happy if his suspension is reduced to end the day after Leicester play in TP.


                As we all know, the crowd wins all Munster's HEC games in TP - so it doesn't really matter what XV is on the pitch on that day!
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                  The IRB are coming down hard on stamping offences this season as it is
                  one of the things they are trying to eradicate from the game. There is
                  also a zero tolerance attitude on backchat, so you will see a lot more
                  penalties moved forward for the slightest mouthing.





                  By the way, for those that don't know, there is a new engage sequence
                  for scrums coming in from the 1st January. The sequence will change
                  from Crouch Pause Engage to Crouch Touch Pause Engage. The props must
                  touch their opponent's shoulder, untouch on the Pause and then engage.
                  This is to bring the front rows closer to tidy up the scrums and make
                  them safer. It is being brought in for all levels.





                  Up to now, at under 19 level and under, it was a requirement to touch but it was not necessary to untouch.





                  There is footage of this on the IRB website and also on munsterrugby.ie
                  Munster Association of Referees

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                    Originally posted by Billio
                    The IRB are coming down hard on stamping offences this season as it is one of the things they are trying to eradicate from the game. There is also a zero tolerance attitude on backchat, so you will see a lot more penalties moved forward for the slightest mouthing.

                    By the way, for those that don't know, there is a new engage sequence for scrums coming in from the 1st January. The sequence will change from Crouch Pause Engage to Crouch Touch Pause Engage. The props must touch their opponent's shoulder, untouch on the Pause and then engage. This is to bring the front rows closer to tidy up the scrums and make them safer. It is being brought in for all levels.

                    Up to now, at under 19 level and under, it was a requirement to touch but it was not necessary to untouch.

                    There is footage of this on the IRB website and also on munsterrugby.ie

                    Leinster are pucked so
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                      Irish Examiner

                      30 December 2006

                      @@@@SPAN style="font-weight: bold;">Quinlan suspension appeal could end in longer ban@@@@/SPAN>

                      By Charlie Mulqueen
                      SUSPENDED Munster flanker Alan Quinlan will know his fate on Wednesday after the appeal against his six-week ban imposed by the European Rugby Cup Ltd is heard in Dublin.

                      He was found guilty of stamping on a Cardiff Blues player nearing the end of the Heineken Cup Pool Four game on December 16.

                      An independent Appeal Committee chaired by Rod McKenzie (Scotland) has been appointed to hear the matter.

                      He will be joined on the committee by Matthew Lohn (England) and Robert Horner (England).

                      Quinlan’s suspension arose from a citing lodged by the Citing Commissioner for the match, Alan Mansell (England). The case against the Munster back row man was for an alleged stamping in contravention of Law 10.4 (b).

                      The case against Quinlan was heard on Wednesday, December 20, by an independent Disciplinary Committee comprising Christopher Quinlan (England), Bruce Reece-Russell (England) and Iain Goodall (Scotland).

                      The player admitted the offence and the committee upheld the citing complaint before imposing the six-week suspension, which is due to run till January 30.

                      After due deliberation, Munster decided to appeal the decision on the grounds of severity of sentence and remain hopeful that it will be reduced to four weeks.

                      However, there is a possibility of the ban being increased, so these are exceptionally worrying days for the Tipperaryman at a crucial stage of the season.<!-
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by epaddy
                        So he admots he is guilty but doesnt like the punsihment. They should add on a couple of weeks for him being a whinger

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                        Well if people can be convicted of being whingers what kind of a life sentence would you get.
                        Is it only a game?
                        And its Thomond Park NOT Thomond

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                          Originally posted by seanp
                          Originally posted by epaddy
                          So he admots he is guilty but doesnt like the punsihment. They should add on a couple of weeks for him being a whinger

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                          Well if people can be convicted of being whingers what kind of a life sentence would you get.


                          How many kinds of life sentence are there? [img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]


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                            Originally posted by Old Dog
                            Originally posted by seanp
                            Originally posted by epaddy
                            So he admots he is guilty but doesnt like the punsihment. They should add on a couple of weeks for him being a whinger



                            Well if people can be convicted of being whingers what kind of a life sentence would you get.


                            How many kinds of life sentence are there? [img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]


                            Not enough
                            Is it only a game?
                            And its Thomond Park NOT Thomond

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                              Quinlans appeal set for tomorrow according to Limerick's local tonight
                              Is it only a game?
                              And its Thomond Park NOT Thomond

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