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Tindall to appeal fine

Mike Tindall will appeal the £25,000 fine imposed on him today by the Rugby Football Union.

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Stade Francais prop David Attoub has been handed a 70-week ban for eye gouging by an independent judicial officer.

Ripol scores hat-trick as Sale send Leeds crashing

Sale 45 Leeds 10

England lock returns to fitness

Charlton's late try sends Bath to the bottom

Leeds 12 Newcastle 17

Palmer finds the gap to end Leeds' barren run

Leeds 20 Bath 7

Palmer pick of the crop in waiting

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Sports Letters: The dark side

Sir: Chris Hewett's defence of Martin Johnson cannot be applauded. This terrific second row forward has a dark streak in him and the recent incidents in which he has been involved are not even representative of his worst moments.

Games People Play Nigel Redman, 34, International Rugby Player

IF I am in a night-club or at a party, I usually take up a position near the back and watch people playing people-games. It is quite amusing, sometimes, seeing how people approach other rugby players.

Rugby: the startling evidence behind Britain's hidden drugs craze

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Rugby player's fatal punch 'self defence'

A RUGBY player accused of the manslaughter of a rival during a match told an Old Bailey jury yesterday he had punched out in self-defence and had not meant to kill.
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