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Saturday 28 January 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# In the dock

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# In the dock
Prosecutors in Sarkozy corruption trial want ex-French President to get four-year jail term
“What did I do to deserve this?” asked Sarkozy in court yesterday.
# Hearing
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.
# 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.
# In the dock
'He bottled it': Watford captain Deeney charged over referee rant
The striker could serve a suspension following the remarks he made about the official after a game against Bournemouth.
# In the dock
Ulster flanker could face ban for in-air tackle which earned him red card
Matty Rea will face a disciplinary panel this week.
# In the dock
Edinburgh prop to face Pro14 disciplinary panel after RDS red card
Pierre Schoeman was dismissed for leading with his elbow in contact.
# In the dock
England out-half Cipriani arrested and charged after nightclub incident
The 30-year-old was in Jersey with his club side, Gloucester.
# In the dock
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.
# In the dock
Munster centre Arnold faces ban after inter-pro red card
The 21-year-old will appear in front of a Pro14 disciplinary panel tomorrow.
# In the dock
England trio Hartley, Hughes and Marler facing bans after European citings
Indiscipline at club level could cost Eddie Jones three players for the November internationals.
# In the dock
Bad news for Waterford hurlers as GAA chiefs set to confirm one-match ban for Tadhg de Búrca
The highly-rated defender will be reported by referee Fergal Horgan, meaning he is set to miss the All-Ireland semi-final against Cork.
# In the dock
Sean O'Brien cited for a swinging arm against the All Blacks
The Lions openside could now miss the third and decisive Test in Auckland.
# the bold step
Sonny Bill Williams to face judicial hearing over shoulder charge tomorrow
The All Blacks centre saw red in the second Test earlier.
# In the dock
Jose Mourinho charged over comments made about referee Anthony Taylor
The Man United manager faces a disciplinary hearing.
# In the dock
Chris Ashton charged for allegedly biting Northampton's Alex Waller - twice!
He’ll appear before an RFU disciplinary panel charged with acts contrary to good sportsmanship.
# In the dock
'At this stage he is out of the game' - Donegal thinking without McGee despite appeal
The three-time Allstar winner looks set to miss the Monaghan clash.
# 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.
# In the dock
Capriati calls for Sharapova to be stripped of titles after drug test fail
The Russian tennis star has been blasted by Jennifer Capriati.
# Essendon
34 AFL players slapped with doping bans and set to miss 2016 season
The 34 current and former Essendon players embroiled in a doping scandal have been found guilty by CAS.
# Ivy League
Prep school rape trial hears details of "Senior Salute" on campus rooftop
Owen Labrie is accused of raping a 15-year-old as part of a school tradition.
# In the dock
Pat Lam's in a bit of trouble after his explosive comments about Friday's touch judge
The Connacht boss let loose on touch judge Leighton Hodges after Connacht’s 18-17 defeat in Cardiff.
# In the dock
France lock Pascal Papé cited for incident that left Jamie Heaslip injured
Wayne Barnes sin binned Papé in the 52nd minute of play in Dublin on Saturday.
# In the dock
Two college teams have been thrown out of the Sigerson Cup over ineligible players
IT Sligo and Queen’s University have been sanctioned
# In the dock
GAA President - 'We abhor any form of abuse of our players, whether it be racial or sectarian'
‘We abhor any form of abuse of our players,’ says GAA President Liam O’Neill.
# In the dock
Leinster's Jack McGrath cited for alleged stamp during Ulster clash
The loosehead prop faces an independent Pro12 hearing later this week.
# In the dock
Balotelli accepts FA charge over 'Super Mario post' but it's unclear what his punishment will be
Balotelli is awaiting the FA’s punishment for the incident.
# In the dock
Cavanagh expects sanctions after 'nonsense' in Armagh Cavan parade brawl
Sunday’s Ulster championship quarter-final was marred by the scenes before throw-in.
# In the dock
Peter Canavan: 'I was sceptical about the black card from the start'
The Tyrone legend saw his misgivings confirmed on Sunday in Omagh.
# In the dock
Eddie Irvine sentenced to six months in jail after Milan nightclub brawl
But the F1 driver will not have to serve any of the sentence under Italian law.
# In the dock
Anelka faces FA probe after controversial goal celebration for West Brom
The Frenchman was widely criticised after he celebrated his first goal at Upton Park yesterday.
# In the dock
Murray in danger of missing November internationals after elbow citing
Niko Matawalu has also been cited for an alleged bite on Donncha O’Callaghan.
# In the dock
Paul O'Connell banned for four weeks
Munster lock handed ban after strike on Ospreys player.
# Case for defence
Dismissed Paul O'Connell to learn fate on Thursday
Munster captain will have the opportunity to plead his case in Dublin.