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# Disciplinary

Last year
2022
# Punishment
Marcus Rashford reveals he was dropped after having 'overslept'
The 25-year-old had been in excellent form this season and also scored three goals for England at the World Cup.
# Punishment
Harlequins prop Joe Marler banned for comments made to Jake Heenan
The 32-year-old has been no stranger to disciplinary action during his career.
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# red card
Ireland flying in solicitor to represent Aki at disciplinary hearing in Tokyo
The inside centre was red-carded in last night’s win over Samoa in Fukuoka.
# Hearing
Leicester's Geordan Murphy charged with verbal abuse of match official
The former Ireland fullback has endured a difficult season in charge of Leicester Tigers.
# case to answer
Tiernan O'Halloran cited for alleged contact with the eye area
A disciplinary panel will convene in Glasgow tomorrow before Connacht travel to face the Warriors on Friday.
# saint
Dylan Hartley escapes ban, Joe Marler suspended for two of England's November Tests
Meanwhile, the hit that left Wales and Dragons flanker Ollie Griffiths with a broken jaw was worth a nine-week ban.
# slap on the wrist
Good news for O'Neill and McClean as Fifa decide against handing out bans
World football’s governing body will not punish the Ireland pair for their comments made about referee David Fernández Borbalán.
# Red mist
Gone 'til November: Munster prop Cronin gets four-week ban for stamping
The loosehead will miss his province’s opening two Champions Cup fixtures and and inter-pro clash with Ulster.
# Red mist
Munster's James Cronin cited for stamping incident in loss to Leinster
A disciplinary committee will convene on Wednesday to judge the incident involving the prop and Leinster scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park.
# In the dock
Stander red-card hearing adjourned until tomorrow after five-hour deliberation
The Ireland back row must anxiously wait to learn his fate.
# 6 Nations
Mike Brown will not face citing for kick to Conor Murray's head
The ‘Quins fullback has no case to answer as England move within two games of a Grand Slam.
# Discipline
Blow for Ulster as Luke Marshall given five-week suspension, one for Wilson
The centre will miss an away trip to Connacht, but will return in late April to face Leinster at home.
# Warnings
Staff disciplined over their role in the care of Savita Halappanavar
Her husband, Praveen, had not been informed of the disciplinary action.
# Red mist
Robin Copeland given two-week ban for stamp on Liam Williams
The Welsh fullback was also suspended for tackling Alex Cuthbert in the air.
# Scotland Yard
Scotland Yard bans visible tattoos on police officers
The Metropolitan Police will no longer permit officers to have tattoos on the face, hands, or any which appear above the collar line.
# Banned
Game over: Bradley Davies banned for the rest of the Six Nations
The Welsh lock has been hit with a seven-week ban for his “tip tackle” on Ireland’s Donnacha Ryan.
# That's the law
GAA to trial new disciplinary rules in 2012
One-match and two-match bans will be handed down for red card offences during the 2012 league and championship.