Ireland’s Peter O’Malley will eventually miss three games after facing a six – week suspension for a dirty move against Wales last Sunday. Including Sunday against the Blouse in Dublin.
Unlike his prolific teammate and captain, Jonathan Sexton, Peter O’Malley can say all the prayers he wants, which will not allow him to appear Sunday on the Dublin lawn to face France’s XI. On the other hand, Ireland ‘s third tier division, which was left out of the squad against Wales last weekend, will replay at the end of the 2021 6 Nations tournament. It was a long way from getting it in advance. For the bad gesture against the Welsh on Sunday, O’Malley was suspended for up to six weeks. A permit that was synonymous with the untimely end of the tournament.
In the end, XV du Trophle Flanker will only lose three games. On Tuesday, the organization announced that the Munster player would be suspended until March 14th. O’Malley, who rejoined the group at the start of the game, violently punched his opponent in the face – who quickly got the red card – and decided to play the card of sincerity. He did well. When the player returned to the facts and realized that he deserved to return to the locker room, the disciplinary committee was calm, especially since the Welsh pillar had suffered a head injury.
Despite all this, the Commission qualified as “average” for suspicious offenses, O Mahoney should have been given a six-week suspension. Upon arrival three games will be suspended. If the Blues’ arrival is not a trip to Italy or Scotland on Sunday in Dublin, he will reapply for a place in the team for Rose’s XV’s arrival during the final Irish match. 2021 tournament. For that alone, he can thank those who made the decision to treat him so harshly.