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Published: 15:08 | 29/2/16

No action against Brown


England full-back Mike Brown has not been cited for kicking Conor Murray in Saturday's RBS 6 Nations victory over Ireland.

Brown came in for stinging criticism after making contact with Murray's head during the 21-10 win at Twickenham as he attempted to get the ball out of the Ireland's scrum-half's hand.

The Harlequins players aimed several kicks in an attempt to dislodge the ball, with his boot clearly making contact with Murray's head.

Murray required stitches after the incident but referee Romain Poite judged that the contact was accidental and decided not to take any action against the England player.

The citing commissioner reviewed the incident but has decided no further action if needed, clearing Brown for the game against Wales on Saturday week.

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