Brown loses appeal against six-week ban


Mike Brown has made 351 appearances for Harlequins

Former England full-back Mike Brown has performed his final sport for Harlequins after shedding his enchantment towards a six-week ban for stamping.

Brown, 35, was despatched off towards Wasps for stamping on the pinnacle of hooker Tommy Taylor on 9 Could.

He accepted the Rugby Soccer Union disciplinary panel’s cost however appealed towards the size of the ban.

However the RFU determination means Newcastle-bound Brown will miss the remainder of the season, together with potential play-offs.

At Brown’s unique listening to on 11 Could, Brown accepted the cost towards him and the panel determined the unintended stamp warranted a high-end sanction of 12 weeks.

The dismissal was the primary purple card of Brown’s 16-year profession and due to his unblemished disciplinary file and responsible plea, the ban was decreased to 6 weeks.

A Harlequins assertion mentioned: “The membership will proceed to work with and assist Mike all through the rest of his time as a Harlequin earlier than he leaves this summer time to affix Newcastle Falcons.”

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