Ireland prop Cian Healy had his ban for stamping on England's Joe Marler reduced by a week on appeal at a hearing in Glasgow on Wednesday and will now be available to face France in Dublin on March 9.
England's prop Dan Cole (3rd L) goes head to head with Ireland's lock Donnacha Ryan (2nd R) after an incident with Ireland's prop Cian Healy (R) during their Six Nations international rugby union match in Dublin on February 10, 2013. Healy had his ban for stamping on England's Joe Marler reduced by a week on appeal at a hearing in Glasgow.
Healy was cited after Ireland's 12-6 loss to England at Lansdowne Road on February 10 and three days later was banned for three weeks.
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