The All Black loosehead prop Tony Woodcock is to face an International Rugby Board disciplinary hearing in Dublin tomorrow and could miss the remaining Grand Slam tests against Wales and England.
Woodcock was sin-binned early in the second half for punching Alan Quinlan in retaliation for the Irish flanker stamping on another All Black.
Late in the match Woodcock left the field again with a lower back muscle injury and there's no word yet on whether he'll be fit to play in Cardiff on Sunday morning -- if the hearing decides the incident merits no further punishment.
Quinlan has also been cited for stamping . The All Blacks play Munster in Limerick tomorrow morning.