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# Penalty Count

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What should we expect with the renewed focus on the breakdown laws?
Referees have been asked to police the existing laws more strictly.
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.
Ref review: How accurate were the big calls in Ireland's defeat to the Wallabies?
Marius van der Westhuizen had some big decisions to make in Brisbane.
The Lions could drop players on back of abysmal discipline
The Lions’ discipline was abysmal even in victory over the All Blacks.
Schmidt and O'Connell left frustrated by defeat to Gatland's Wales
Warren Gatland’s side conceded far fewer penalties and won the contest in Dublin.
Ireland's discipline unsatisfactory as referee Wayne Barnes comes under scrutiny
Paul O’Connell admitted to some frustration with the breakdown area.
Exiles: McCall backs Saracens to right the wrongs of Thomond showdown
The former Ulster coach is confident his side can progress to the Heineken Cup quarter-finals.
Players take responsibility for high penalty count
Gordon D’Arcy and Mike Ross admit that on-field discipline needs to improve before it costs Ireland any more victories.