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RFU disciplinary decisions –  Burger, Cittadini, McKibbin

RFU disciplinary decisions –  Burger, Cittadini, McKibbin

Brendan McKibbin of London Irish was this evening suspended for three weeks for stamping on Henry Thomas (Bath Rugby), contrary to law 10.4(b), during Aviva Premiership Rugby Round  4.

The panel of Jeremy Summers (chair), Aidan O'Brien and Inigo Churchill, sitting at the London Bloomsbury Inn, banned the scrum-half, who pleaded guilty, until November 30. He can play again on December 1.

Lorenzo Cittadini of Wasps was suspended for one week until November 16 after pleading guilty to punching Gloucester Rugby’s Billy Twelvetrees, contrary to law 10.4(a). He can play again on November 17.

Jacques Burger of Saracens, who received two Citing Commissioner Warnings (CCW) for acts contrary to good sportsmanship, contrary to law 10.4(m), was suspended for one week until November 16. He can play again on November 17.
 

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