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Disciplinary Verdict: Charlie Watson

09.10.19
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Charlie Watson will serve a four-week suspension after being sent off against Northampton Saints in the Premiership Rugby Cup.

The young centre appeared before an Independent Disciplinary Panel in London on Tuesday 8th October 2019 at 18H30.  He was charged with kicking, contrary to Law 9.12.

Watson is free to play from 8th November 2019.

Panel chair Richard Whittam QC said: “The panel accepted that this was an act of frustration by the player in trying to release his leg from being held by Northampton Saints 12 (Andrew Symons).

“Contact was clearly made with the face of the Northampton player but the action was petulant rather than with any intent to cause injury. In this instance no injury was suffered and the Northampton player continued in the match after returning from the yellow card.

“The sanction table mandates a mid-range entry point where there is contact with the head, in this case that entry point is eight weeks. The panel found no reason to go above that.

“The player accepted the charge, has no previous record and expressed remorse for his actions. In the circumstances the panel felt able to give the player the maximum mitigation of 50%.

“The panel note that whilst the yellow card awarded to Northampton Saints 12 was not brought before them for consideration, it is disappointing to see actions of this nature in the professional game.”

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An absolute nail-biter ended in a heartbreaking loss for Mavericks against their local rivals at the Copperbox, but they didn’t go down without a fight. After Mavericks won this fixture last season, Camilla Buchanan’s side were hoping to repeat history, knowing they had what it takes to compete with this Pulse team. In what was […]

16.04.24
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Six Nations Wrap | Round Three

It was another busy weekend of Six Nations action for our Saracens Women stars, with tries, debuts and more superb action right across the board. In Scotland, No less than nine Saracens played their parts in a match that saw both sides play through wind, rain, snow and sunshine! Fi McIntosh made her debut for […]

14.04.24
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MATCH REACTION | Alex Austerberry (AC SF)

Director of Rugby Alex Austerberry was delighted, as his side secured a spot in the Allianz Cup final for the second straight season, ending Exeter Chiefs’ defence in the process. In a topsy-turvy game that saw Saracens score 36 unanswered points, before the visitors struck back with 29 of their own, Austerberry praised both sides […]

14.04.24
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