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Thursday 2 February 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Sin bin

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# Sent To The Line
'They went into shock at how the decision was made' - how Clare never recovered from sin bin call
Clare All-Ireland Colin Ryan talked on The42 GAA Weekly about the big call in yesterday’s Munster semi-final.
# Sin bin
The extra bins and portable loos have arrived - but business owners in Dublin say long-term solution needed
Some 150 portable toilets, 54 large Eurobins and 80 Barrel Bins are to be installed across the city.
Dublin City Council have started to install portaloos and additional bins in the city
Large crowds of people have been gathering in town recently
Local business owners say a more permanent solution is needed
OPW minister criticises 'reckless behaviour' at 'fragile' St Stephen's Green bandstand
Andrea Horan: Whose job is it to provide a liveable city?
GPA call on GAA to ban gambling ads during live broadcasts of games and hurlers against black card
The matter will be discussed at a meeting of the GAA Central Council.
# Deep Thinker
'I've always got what I deserved, whether that's a failure or a sending-off in an All-Ireland final'
Dublin All-Ireland winner Jonny Cooper on learning, growing, and facing new challenges on and off the field.
# Speaking out
'We don't blackguard them' - Limerick boss on hectic playing schedule and hits out at sin bin plan
John Kiely saw his side pick up their second league win against Galway yesterday.
# Change It Up
Munster GAA schools discover playing rule u-turn 6 days before knockout games
Gaelic football sides in Munster have found out they must play under the new sin-bin, advanced mark and kick-out rules.
# CONFIRMED
Wallabies star Israel Folau sacked over anti-gay comments
The fullback has 72 hours to appeal.
# Lee Keegan
'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.
# Rip up the rule book
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.
# 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.
# Sin bin
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.
# time out
'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
'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.
# Hearing
Wallabies flanker Mumm cited for dangerous lifting on Ireland's Furlong
The back row only picked up a yellow card in yesterday’s game.
# put up or shut up
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.
# swanky
Limerick city is about to get a spanking new 'superpub'
The southern city’s economic regeneration continues apace.
# Letter Of The Law
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.
# Discipline
'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
There was a controversial yellow card in this morning's Super Rugby
Did this James Lowe tackle on Malakai Fekitoa deserve a yellow?
# Reckless
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.
# fergietime
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
# experiment
POLL: Are sin bins in football a good idea?
FIFA are considering bringing in the concept.
# whiter than?
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
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
Penney moving past yellow fiasco in Treviso
The Munster coach is focused on the challenges ahead, with the Dragons visiting this weekend.
# Six Nations
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.
AS IT HAPPENED
Leinster v Scarlets, Heineken Cup
Seconds out, round 5 and the champs were on the hunt for tries.
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.
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.
# tv blackout
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.
# IreArg
Match report: Seven-try Ireland rout Argentina
Craig Gilroy provided the backline spark for the Irish as the Pumas were blown away.
# my bad
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.
# losing streak
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.
# Irish Abroad
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.
# wake-up calls
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.
# Comeback
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
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.