Tuesday hearings for O’Brien and Bosch

Date published: October 12 2015

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Ireland back-row Sean O'Brien has been cited for an alleged act of foul play against France, with his hearing set to take place on Tuesday.

The hearing will start at 13:00 at the offices of RWC 2015 official law firm Clifford Chance in London. The case will be heard by independent Judicial Officer Terry Willis (Australia).

Meanwhile, Argentina centre Marcelo Bosch has also been cited by independent Citing Commissioner Peter Larter (England) for an alleged act of foul play contrary to Law 10.4(e) during their Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C match against Namibia at the Leicester City Stadium on Sunday, 11 October. Law 10.4(e) deals with dangerous tackles.

The hearing will take place at a time to be confirmed on the afternoon of Tuesday, 13 October, at the offices of RWC 2015 official law firm Clifford Chance in London. The case will be heard by independent Judicial Officer Jean-Noel Couraud (France).

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