Cian Healy cited for Dan Cole stamp

Healy cited for Cole stamp
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Ireland prop Cian Healy is cited for an alleged stamp on England's Dan Cole during the Six Nations clash on Sunday.

Ireland prop Cian Healy has been cited for an alleged stamp on England's Dan Cole during the Six Nations clash on Sunday.

Healy, whose side were beaten 12-6 at the Aviva Stadium, has been cited by independent commissioner Alberto Recaldini of Italy following the incident.

It is understood that the act of foul play has been deemed contrary to Law 10.4 (b), with the hearing to take place in London on Wednesday.

Should Healy be found guilty, then he could be banned for a minimum of two weeks, with anything up to nine weeks a possible outcome.

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