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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.
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