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Tuesday 26th February 22:21
London Irish back-row forward Chris Hala'Ufia has been banned for two weeks following a Rugby Football Union disciplinary hearing in Coventry.
Thursday 6th December 17:42
Bath players Matt Banahan and Lee Mears have seen their appeals against suspensions dismissed.
Tuesday 4th December 19:48
London Irish No 8 Chris Hala'Ufia has been suspended for five weeks following his sending off for a dangerous tackle on London Welsh player Seb Jewell.
Saturday 1st December 17:35
London Irish coach Brian Smith said the sending off of his No 8 Chris Hala'ufia was the turning point of his team's 15-9 Aviva Premiership defeat at London Welsh.
Sunday 18th December 14:16
London Irish have pre-empted an ERC disciplinary hearing and suspended Tongan loose forward Chris Hala'ufia for six weeks.
Monday 12th December 18:24
London Irish's Chris Hala'ufia has been cited for an alleged dangerous high tackle in their Heineken Cup win over Racing Metro.
Monday 29th November 10:26
London Irish have agreed new long-term contracts with winger Sailosi Tagicakibau and back-row forward Chris Hala'ufia.
Wednesday 14th April 18:10
London Irish forward Chris Hala'Ufia has been suspended for three weeks after pleading guilty to a dangerous tackle.
Thursday 8th April 18:26
London Irish's Chris Hala'Ufia has been cited for an alleged dangerous tackle on Wasps fly-half Dave Walder.
Thursday 28th January 16:06
London Irish's Chris Hala'ufia has been banned for a month after pleading guilty to striking Leinster skipper Leo Cullen.
Saturday 25th April 18:04
A five-try haul at Worcester on Saturday saw London Irish claim third place in the Guinness Premiership and a play-off clash at Quins.
Thursday 8th May 13:42
London Irish have completed the signing of Tongan back row Chris Hala'Ufia on a two-year contract from Harlequins.
Wednesday 8th November 15:53
Chris Hala'Ufia, David Flatman and David Paice cited for alleged dangerous tackles.
Phil Edwards explains why England's World Cup dreams will not be over if they lose their next two games
If England are to have any chance of launching a successful assault on the Everest that is next year's World Cup, then the widespread feeling seems to be that they simply have to win their next two games.
Highlights of all the Pro12 action, including Ulster's win over the Ospreys and Treviso's draw with Leinster.
It has been fairly even between Ireland and Australia in the last six meetings, three wins to Australia, two Irish victories and a draw, but recent form comes down in Ireland’s favour, with eight wins from nine contrasting to Australia's three victories in nine.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com