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# Discipline

This year
Johnny Sexton faces anxious wait after lengthy disciplinary hearing
The Ireland captain faced a disciplinary hearing that lasted the entire day.
Uncertainty for Sexton and Ireland ahead of disciplinary hearing
The Irish captain and Leinster were hit with misconduct complaints after the Champions Cup final.
'You know not to cross the line, if you do you’ll be out' - Ten Hag's impact hailed
Man United have improved considerably since the Dutchman’s appointment.
Last year
Ireland's Andrew Porter cited for his high tackle on Brodie Retallick
The Irish prop was shown a yellow card by Wayne Barnes during the game.
Friend rues 'brainless moments' as Connacht get blown away by Leinster
Bundee Aki and Jack Aungier were both shown yellow cards in the Champions Cup clash.
Eddie Jones disappointed Ireland didn't get yellow card for scrum penalties
The England boss believes his team’s defeat was ‘a foundational game’ for them.
All time
Argentina lock Lavanini gets five-week ban for breakdown hit on Healy
The second row could have a week shaved off if he completes the ‘Coaching Intervention Programme.’
University of Limerick has disciplined 'a number' of students following street party
Social media circulated videos in early March showed a largescale street party in the Castletroy area, adjacent to UL.
Ireland's O'Mahony to face hearing today following red card against Wales
The 31-year-old was sent off for making contact with the head of Tomas Francis.
Filippo Giovagnoli praises Dundalk on a night they made Europa League history
The Lilywhites became the first team not to concede a foul over the 90 minutes since the competition began.
Joe Marler has been cited for grabbing Alun Wyn Jones' genitals
England’s Courtney Lawes and Manu Tuilagi are also facing disciplinary hearings in Dublin this week.
Even in the malaise, Ireland's discipline holds up with the top teams
Despite stuttering through the pool stages so far, Ireland’s discipline record is not out of kilter with the teams aiming for World Cup glory in Japan.
Leinster not over-analysing Garcès' 'slightly different' refereeing style
The Frenchman takes charge of Saturday’s Champions Cup final.
Fine Gael to follow GAA footsteps with new disciplinary rules
The new disciplinary rules, which will put in place binding arbitration for internal disputes.
Connacht's red/orange/green penalties and 'match play' training drills
The western province’s head coach, Andy Friend, is happy to see his team making progress.
'If you want to win away, you can’t concede any unnecessary penalties'
A key penalty in the loss to Leinster was completely avoidable.
Teaching Council correct to remove teacher who ordered girls to tape their own mouths from register
The High Court made its ruling today.
'I've to roll out quicker and stay quiet as well': O'Mahony determined set a better example for Munster
Donnacha Ryan proved a frustrating figure for the Munster captain last weekend.
Van Graan pleased by Munster's ability to adapt and keep a lid on penalty count
“Any team knows in rugby that if you go over 10 penalties in a game you’re going to struggle,” said captain CJ Stander.
The Lions could drop players on back of abysmal discipline
The Lions’ discipline was abysmal even in victory over the All Blacks.
‘We need to improve our red card count’ - Bradley frustrated after Rovers’ sixth sending off this season
Shamrock Rovers manager Stephen Bradley said Graham Burke’s sending off against St Pat’s was “not acceptable” and showed a lack of discipline.
England captain Hartley working on tackle technique after hit on O'Brien
The Northampton hooker feels his red card and ban were down to technical shortcomings.
'The discipline is becoming an issue' - Hartley the latest Saint to sin
Kieran Brookes and Calum Clark will be back from bans this weekend in Dublin.
Jose Mourinho charged by English FA for third time this season
The Manchester United manager’s behaviour has been a focal point during his time in charge at Old Trafford.
Jamie Heaslip: Ireland don't just switch discipline on and off come game day
Ireland conceded a miserly total of eight penalties over two tough Tests against the world champions.
'I don't think we're whinging, the facts speak for themselves': Ireland still sore from NZ clash
Outgoing team manager Michael Kearney says the citing commissioner reviewed 11 incidents of possible Kiwi foul play from Saturday’s defeat.
Earls in danger of missing All Blacks clash as disciplinary hearing confirmed
The Munster wing could face a suspension for his dangerous tackle on Fraser Brown.
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.
Prisoner facing discipline after breaking out onto roof of Cloverhill prison
The incident happened this evening at about 5.30pm.
Row brewing as Galatasaray fine Wesley Sneijder €2.3 million for too many yellow cards
Seems a bit excessive.
Athlone Town hit with FAI fine for failing to fulfill clash with Waterford
The First Divison club have been disciplined.
Wales U20 lock cited for alleged gouge on Ireland's Kelvin Brown
Adam Beard may be facing a lengthy ban.
Analysis: Munster's worrying malaise affecting all aspects of their play
Anthony Foley’s men are in a hugely concerning position with two Pro12 games left.
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.
'It's like torture': Ex-students say boarding school kept them in isolation boxes for weeks
The FBI is now investigating the school, which is accused of using the concrete cells as punishment.
Poll: Should the government ban parents from smacking their children?
Minister James Reilly is seeking a ban – do you agree with him?
Sean O'Brien has been cited for striking Pascal Papé yesterday
The Tullow Tank faces a disciplinary hearing tomorrow in London.
France coach Saint-André is not happy about SOB's 'attack' on Papé
The Ireland back row struck the France lock early in yesterday’s game.
Woman who dodged bus fare claims gardaí 'snatched' her child
Gardaí have been cleared of any alleged wrongdoing.
'It's not as if they're drinking a bottle of brandy in the dressing room'
Shane Curran says managers need to remember that GAA players are human beings too before imposing drinking bans.