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sin bin

1. Slang (in ice hockey, etc.) an area off the field of play where a player who has committed a foul can be sent to sit for a specified period
2. Brit informal a special unit on a separate site from a school that disruptive schoolchildren attend until they can be reintegrated into their normal classes
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Warriors also had Pat MacArthur sin-binned for a high challenge before the break and Harley said: "The two cards did cost us - you can't give a side like Leinster the advantage of an extra man for a quarter of the match.
Allen kicked another penalty but, after a series of infringements by both teams, referee Michael Harris decided enough was enough and sin-binned Gary Dipple on the hour.
Things went from bad to worse for Huddersfield who were reduced to 14 men as captain Sharpe was sin-binned for Killing the ball at the rucK.
Jackson landed three penalties to cut set up a tense finale before Donnacha Ryan was sin-binned for a late tackle.
The first half was marred by an 18th-minute brawl that saw Crusaders duo Vince Mellars and Witt and Castleford's Youngquest sin-binned.
A break by Darren Wilson put pressure on the Waterloo line but despite a great defensive effort with Carl Nolan sin-binned, Jordan Pearson was driven over, Alex Zavallis-Roebuck adding the conversion.
Should things take a turn for the worse he is 10-1 to be sin-binned and 33-1 to get sent off.
Edwards said: "We got off to a flying start but then Ferris got sin-binned and they got two tries against us during that period.
Vickery, the experienced tight-head prop, and replacement scrum-half Danny Care were both sin-binned as England conceded 18 penalties in Saturday's 14-13 defeat to Ireland.
The Saints' victory hinged on the incident that saw the England prop sin-binned in the 51st minute by referee David Rose.
NTHE big lock was sin-binned against Wasps last week and now the RFU could impose a ban at a hearing set for Monday.
Flanker Williams was sin-binned after he was penalised for blocking Moody's jump at the start of the second half.