Mike Brown has lost his appeal against the suspension for stamping that prematurely ended his 16-year Harlequins career.
Brown attended an online disciplinary appeal hearing last night, appealing his recent six-match suspension following a red card in the Club’s home victory over Wasps Rugby earlier this month.
A disciplinary panel last night decided to uphold Brown’s original ban, with the Club’s record appearance to miss the remainder of the season, including any potential playoff fixtures.
The Club will continue to work with and support Mike throughout the remainder of his time as a Harlequin before he leaves this summer to join Newcastle Falcons.
The full judgment from the appeal hearing will be available on www.englandrugby.com in due course.
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