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    Default Re: Peter O'Mahony Yellow Card

    What is #24?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    What is #24?
    Post #24 above ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepercy View Post
    I could not find where the sanction chart mentions RCs from 2X YC
    Which is why it is explained in RFU's REg 19 Appx 1, rather than Appx 2 which is a similar list of sanctions to the WR one.
    Be reasonable - do it my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    Post #24 above ..
    Well under the english system it should have been entry point of 1 week. However WRU is different I don't know the G Pro 14 regs.

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    Found the Welsh regs:
    Yellow cards
    3.5 If a Player is issued with two yellow cards in any one match and at least one of those yellow cards is issued for Foul Play, this will constitute a red card and the appropriate sanction will be determined by reference to the available sanctions for offences committed, as set out in Appendix 1 and determined by a Disciplinary Panel or WRU Professional Disciplinary Panel (as applicable).

    3.6 Where, in accordance with Regulation 3.5, a Player has been sent off as a result of receiving two yellow cards and one or both of those yellow cards was awarded for Foul Play, the Player may challenge one or both of the Foul Play yellow cards. However, the player may not challenge the award of a Yellow Card for a technical offence.
    If the Disciplinary Panel or WRU Professio
    nal Disciplinary Panel permits a challenge against one or both of the Foul Play yellow cards and the challenge is upheld:
    (a)
    the Disciplinary Panel or WRU Professional Disciplinary Panel (as applicable) may consider if the sending off is a sufficient sanction to be imposed; (surely that is more than sufficient!?)
    and

    (b)
    the red card shall be expunged from the Player’s record. (surely that is obvious!?)

    3.7
    The right of appeal in Regulations 3.4 and 3.6 above may only be exercised in truly exceptional cases, for example in a case of mistaken identity. It is not intended to encourage or lead to the systematic, regular review or contesting of yellow cards given to Players in matches.

    On that the sanction should have been higher. But again WRU regs may not cover the pro 14.

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    .a red card and the appropriate sanction will be determined by reference to the available sanctions for offences committed, as set out in Appendix 1 and determined by a Disciplinary Panel or WRU Professional Disciplinary Panel (as applicable
    Which is a bit odd, because the sanction table is for an offence meriting a RC. For a offence that only merited a YC the table wouldnt work, yeilding zero

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    Default Re: Peter O'Mahony Yellow Card

    Presumably you would use LE entry point as your sanction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Presumably you would use LE entry point as your sanction.
    I don't know what you would do, given the offence was only a YC on and the table shows sanctions for RC offences

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    Default Re: Peter O'Mahony Yellow Card

    I'd follow the guidence as set down in the regulation.

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    Default Re: Peter O'Mahony Yellow Card

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Found the Welsh regs:
    Yellow cards
    3.5 If a Player is issued with two yellow cards in any one match and at least one of those yellow cards is issued for Foul Play, this will constitute a red card and the appropriate sanction will be determined by reference to the available sanctions for offences committed, as set out in Appendix 1 and determined by a Disciplinary Panel or WRU Professional Disciplinary Panel (as applicable).

    3.6 Where, in accordance with Regulation 3.5, a Player has been sent off as a result of receiving two yellow cards and one or both of those yellow cards was awarded for Foul Play, the Player may challenge one or both of the Foul Play yellow cards. However, the player may not challenge the award of a Yellow Card for a technical offence.
    If the Disciplinary Panel or WRU Professio
    nal Disciplinary Panel permits a challenge against one or both of the Foul Play yellow cards and the challenge is upheld:
    (a)
    the Disciplinary Panel or WRU Professional Disciplinary Panel (as applicable) may consider if the sending off is a sufficient sanction to be imposed; (surely that is more than sufficient!?)
    and

    (b)
    the red card shall be expunged from the Player’s record. (surely that is obvious!?)

    3.7
    The right of appeal in Regulations 3.4 and 3.6 above may only be exercised in truly exceptional cases, for example in a case of mistaken identity. It is not intended to encourage or lead to the systematic, regular review or contesting of yellow cards given to Players in matches.

    On that the sanction should have been higher. But again WRU regs may not cover the pro 14.
    Interesting!

    Can someone give me an example of a yellow card given for an offence that is NOT foul play?
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