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#Sin bin

# sin-bin - Friday 17 May, 2019

Wallabies star Israel Folau sacked over anti-gay comments

The fullback has 72 hours to appeal.

# sin-bin - Tuesday 16 April, 2019

'I think the sin bin was probably a bit more punishing than the actual black card' - new rules find favour with Mayo star

Lee Keegan was happy to get used to new playing rules in this spring’s league campaign.

# sin-bin - Tuesday 2 October, 2018

Here's the 5 new rule changes the GAA are proposing to experiment with in Gaelic football

The rules could be trialled in the 2019 football leagues.

# sin-bin - Sunday 24 June, 2018

Israel Folau to face disciplinary hearing after challenges on Peter O'Mahony

The Wallabies fullback has received a citing commissioner’s warning on top of his yellow card.

# sin-bin - Thursday 21 June, 2018

Ref review: How did the match officials do in Ireland's win over the Wallabies?

There were three yellow cards in Melbourne and there potentially could have been more.

# sin-bin - Wednesday 3 May, 2017

'Sin bins' in football? FA to start trial in England's lowest leagues next season

The trial will aim to tackle dissent in football.

# sin-bin - Sunday 11 December, 2016

'I think there’s a big fine around the corner if I said what I really thought'

Wasps’ Dai Young wasn’t happy with Kurtley Beale’s yellow card but had praise for the defeated Connacht.

# sin-bin - Sunday 27 November, 2016

Wallabies flanker Mumm cited for dangerous lifting on Ireland's Furlong

The back row only picked up a yellow card in yesterday’s game.

# sin-bin - Thursday 13 October, 2016

The black card is here to stay in Gaelic Football and why the sin bin would not work

GAA President Aogán Ó Fearghail gives his views.

# sin-bin - Wednesday 28 October, 2015

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Limerick city is about to get a spanking new 'superpub'

The southern city’s economic regeneration continues apace.

# sin-bin - Wednesday 19 August, 2015

Dublin boss doesn't agree with talk of a diving epidemic in Gaelic football

Dublin’s boss is happy with the effect of the black card.

# sin-bin - Thursday 28 May, 2015

'It's out of our hands' - Schmidt on Jack McGrath's kneeing offence

Ireland will be hoping the loosehead prop is not cited for an incident that saw him sin binned.

# sin-bin - Friday 6 March, 2015

There was a controversial yellow card in this morning's Super Rugby

Did this James Lowe tackle on Malakai Fekitoa deserve a yellow?

# sin-bin - Saturday 24 January, 2015

Should Ashley Johnson have seen red for this challenge on Dave Kearney?

The Leinster wing may miss several weeks after damaging his shoulder against Wasps.

# sin-bin - Friday 5 September, 2014

Uefa to look at 'sin bin' concept, says Ferguson

The former Manchester United boss, who was hosting the meeting of coaches in Nyon, says there were promising discussions about a change to discipline in football

# sin-bin - Monday 3 February, 2014

POLL: Are sin bins in football a good idea? Experiment This post contains a poll

POLL: Are sin bins in football a good idea?

FIFA are considering bringing in the concept.

# sin-bin - Saturday 18 January, 2014

VIDEO: Nathan White was a lucky Kiwi to avoid red for this stamp

The Connacht tight-head was sent to the sin-bin for his over-eagerness at the breakdown.

# sin-bin - Thursday 21 November, 2013

VIDEO: Here's how Fiji set the world record for yellow cards

The South Pacific islanders had four men in the sin bin at the same time at one stage against Italy.

# sin-bin - Wednesday 25 September, 2013

Penney moving past yellow fiasco in Treviso

The Munster coach is focused on the challenges ahead, with the Dragons visiting this weekend.

# sin-bin - Saturday 16 March, 2013

The 'stamp' that saw Brian O'Driscoll sin-binned in possibly his last game for Ireland Six Nations This post contains videos

The 'stamp' that saw Brian O'Driscoll sin-binned in possibly his last game for Ireland

Wayne Barnes sent O’Driscoll to the bin as Ireland limped through the first half against Italy.

# sin-bin - Saturday 12 January, 2013

As it happened: Leinster v Scarlets, Heineken Cup

Seconds out, round 5 and the champs were on the hunt for tries.

# sin-bin - Friday 14 December, 2012

As it happened: Biarritz v Connacht, Heineken Cup

Eric Elwood’s men were hoping to make it three wins from four in Europe this season.

# sin-bin - Saturday 8 December, 2012

As it happened: Munster v Saracens, Heineken Cup Red Or Dead This post contains videos

As it happened: Munster v Saracens, Heineken Cup

Rob Penney’s men welcomed a Sarries team to Thomond Park that were previously unbeaten in Pool 1.

# sin-bin - Saturday 1 December, 2012

Pro12: Connacht victory crucial for make-or-break month says Poolman Tv Blackout This post contains videos

Pro12: Connacht victory crucial for make-or-break month says Poolman

The westerners entertain Edinburgh in Glasgow this evening ahead of Heineken Cup matches against Biarritz.

# sin-bin - Saturday 24 November, 2012

Match report: Seven-try Ireland rout Argentina

Craig Gilroy provided the backline spark for the Irish as the Pumas were blown away.

# sin-bin - Sunday 11 November, 2012

Heaslip holds hands up over yellow card that cost Ireland dearly

The newly-appointed captain admitted that he would have served his team better by staying on the field at a crucial stage.

# sin-bin - Saturday 10 November, 2012

Match report: Ireland v South Africa

Declan Kidney’s men contrived to lose their fifth match in succession as the Springboks fought back from nine points down to win.

# sin-bin - Monday 5 November, 2012

Exiles: Murphy and Morris star as Tigers leave Saints cursing

Leicester move up to third in the Premiership while Bernard Jackman’s Grenoble defeated Biarritz to go sixth in the Top 14.

# sin-bin - Saturday 18 August, 2012

Rugby round-up: Ulster draw with Tigers on a chastening day for Leinster and Connacht

It was a tough day for two of the provinces in England while Mark Anscombe’s men needed a late try to avoid defeat.

# sin-bin - Saturday 28 April, 2012

Garryowen survive double yellow card blow to win All-Ireland Final

The Limerick side were down to 13 men and trailing at half-time before battling back to clinch the Bateman Cup.

# sin-bin - Wednesday 2 February, 2011

I want that one: your foolproof guide to all those Fantasy Six Nations contests Sin Bin This post contains videos

I want that one: your foolproof guide to all those Fantasy Six Nations contests

We hold your hand and explain the myriad online manager formats as the championship draws ever closer.