Munster fell to a 13-12 defeat away to Castres in Round 4 of the Heineken Champions Cup this evening.
Rory Kockott, who received a yellow card at the end of the first half for cynical play at the breakdown, was involved in an incident earlier in the half with Munster’s Chris Cloete which occurred before Castres scored the first try of the game.
— Evan Healy (@HealyEvan) December 15, 2018
Panto villianry aside, Rory Kockott should be sat in the stands for a good few months in the aftermath of that. He can act the maggot all he likes, he’s shown a coward’s instinct there #COvMUN
— Three Red Kings (@threeredkings) December 15, 2018
— Ger Holohan (@ger_holohan) December 15, 2018