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Can you please link the citing report. I just spent 20 minutes trying to find it without success. Found a fair few articles from The Telegraph (who sponsor Ulster) taking that Kearney line at absolute face value, but no mention of it on the 6N own website.
Right now, to me, it looks like you're being lied to.
Posted 14:06 10th February 2012
More mis-leading reporting. At no time (according to the above typescript), does Gethin say he ¨bellieves¨ that wales will win against Scotland, or that he is ¨confident of seeing off Scotland´s challenge¨ - this is just false provocation !!!
Posted 16:16 09th February 2012
THE SIX Nations disciplinary panel not only dismissed the citing against Stephen Ferris, clearing him to play for Ireland against France at the Stade de France on Saturday night, but also during the course of the hearing made it clear that they felt the decision to award a penalty, never mind a yellow card, against the Ulster and Ireland flanker, was incorrect.
Ferris was sent to the sin bin by English referee Wayne Barnes following a tackle on Welsh secondrow Ian Evans during last Sunday¿s Six Nations Championship match between Ireland and Wales at the Aviva Stadium.
The incident proved the game-defining moment in terms of the outcome as Welsh wing Leigh Halfpenny kicked the resultant penalty to give the visitors a last-minute 23-21 victory.
two years on the bounce , nice wales nice !!!
Posted 15:30 09th February 2012