Owen Farrell Misconduct complaint brought against Munster team doctor Jamie Kearns following Saracens brawl

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Owen Farrell Jeremy Loughman of Munster receives medical attention from Munster Lead Physiotherapist Damien Mordan, left, and Munster Head of Medical Dr Jamie Kearns before leaving the pitch with an injury during the Heineken Champions Cup Pool 4 Round 2 match between Munster and Racing 92 at Thomond Park in Limerick. Photo: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile
Jeremy Loughman of Munster receives medical attention from Munster Lead Physiotherapist Damien Mordan, left, and Munster Head of Medical Dr Jamie Kearns before leaving the pitch with an injury during the Heineken Champions Cup Pool 4 Round 2 match between Munster and Racing 92 at Thomond Park in Limerick. Photo: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

EPCR has decided to bring a misconduct complaint against the Munster Rugby Team Doctor, Dr Jamie Kearns, following the row that erupted midway through the second-half of Munster’s 15-6 loss to Saracens earlier this month.

A 30-man scuffle erupted after an altercation between Munster’s head of medical Dr Jamie Kearns and Saracens hooker Jamie George.

Responding to the England and Lions star kicking a ball off Munster hooker Niall Scannell and into members of the staff, Dr Kearns is understood to have called George a “fat p****”.

George responded angrily, sparking a pile-up on the sideline involving both teams. Referee Pascal Gauzere spoke with captains Owen Farrell and CJ Stander, before awarding a penalty to the visiting side.

After the game, Dr Kearns apologised to George and to Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall, who said the club would consider lodging a complaint about the “pretty horrible” remark.

EPCR launched an investigation and yesterday concluded that the Munster doctor had a case to answer.

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A fight broke out between Saracens and Munster players after an altercation between a Munster doctor and Saracens hooker Jamie George. Adam Davy/PA Wire.

“Following an investigation, EPCR has decided to bring

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