The Disciplinary Regulations stipulate that the County Disciplinary Secretary must be notified within 48 hours of any red card offence otherwise a player’s case may be delayed We try to hear every case quickly, but as a player is banned from the date of the red card, that delay may result in the ban lasting longer than may be necessary.
Under the Regulations, we can offer postal hearings for first-time offenders where the offence is deemed to be low entry. This can mean a player returning to playing quite quickly.
County Senior Disciplinary Secretary:
For Youth discipline, contact the Youth Disciplinary Secretary
For more information please see our dedicated Youth Discipline Page HERE!
For Schools discipline, please also contact the Kent County Disciplinary Youth Secretary.
Clubs, Schools, should note the following extract from the RFU Disciplinary Regulations, Para. 10.6.6
“A failure by a school or Club to report the results of disciplinary cases may lead to action being taken against that school or Club by the Constituent Body Schools & Youth Discipline Secretary or the National Schools & Youth Discipline Secretary which could entail their suspension from CB or National competition.”