Something else I would definitely favour is the introduction of sin-bins
Are we going to take a couple out and make them sin-bin
offences instead or add to the list?
Jonathan Ford, the Welsh FA chief executive who sits on IFAB, said he expected sin-bins
- where a player has to sit out for five or ten minutes - would be discussed by the new panels along with the so-called 'triple punishment' when a player is sent off after conceding a penalty, and the offside laws.
Brian O'Driscoll scored Ireland's only try while Vickery was in the sin-bin
If Danny was involved, we couldn't cite him anyway because he had already been sent to the sin-bin
,' he said.
6 ( ANI ): Uefa President Michel Platini has reportedly proposed that yellow cards should be replaced by sin-bins
, like rugby, by making the offender out of the game for 10 or 15 minutes as penalty.
England conceded a penalty try after 17 minutes and had Jonny May sent to the sin-bin
but that setback shocked Lancaster's men into action and they scored 31 points in 21 minutes.
Citing commissioner Aurwel Morgan will decide if the offence, which saw O'Driscoll sent to the sin-bin
on the half-hour mark, warrants further action.
The Irish great stamped on Italy flanker Simone Favaro at a ruck and was sent to the sin-bin
as his side lost the plot.
HARLEQUINS 47 CONNACHT 8 Pool 3 CONNACHT made their task impossible at Twickenham Stoop, losing THREE players to the sin-bin
in eight disastrous minutes.
Reflecting on referee Alain Rolland's decision to send him to the sin-bin
, Mitchell said: "It could have gone either way.
Smith last week expressed some sympathy for the Kiwis' call for consistency and re-iterated his call for an overhaul of the international judiciary, suggesting referees make more use of the sin-bin
And while Keys prop Nathan Buck was in the sin-bin
, centre Gareth Chapman scored a sparkling try for full-back Leon Andrews to convert from wide out and put Keys ahead for the first time 7-3.
John Fletcher is adamant Jason Oakes' sin-bin
changed the game against Wasps.
Newcastle coach Rob Andrew has accused Premiership referees of being 'too scared' to sin-bin
Leicester's top stars.