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Two Year Ban For Thomond Player
6 June 2005, 6:05 pm
The IRFU announced today that the Irish Sport Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel has determined that a Thomond player who committed an anti-doping violation now faces a two year ban.
The IRFU announced today that the Irish Sport Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel has determined that a Thomond player who committed an anti-doping violation now faces a two year ban.

A statement issued by IRFU read: The Irish Rugby Football Union announced today that the Irish Sport Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel has determined that Ciaran Mooney, a rugby player with Thomond in the A.I.B. League Division 2, has committed an anti-doping violation.

The Panel found that, contrary to Article 2.1 of the Irish Sports Council Anti-Doping Rules, the presence of a prohibited substance or its metabolite, cocaine, was found in a sample of his urine collected in competition at the Thomond v Old Crescent match at Old Crescent Rugby Club in Rosbrien on the 4th day of December, 2004.

Mr. Mooney has been sanctioned, subject to his right to appeal within 14 days, by the imposition on him of a period of two years ineligibility from participation in all sport effective from the date of his provisional suspension, the 23rd day of December 2004.

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