Newcastle forward Calum Green cited for allegedly biting opponent

• Second row could be banned for rest of the season
• Worcester ban supporter under police investigation

Newcastle, who are at the bottom of the Premiership despite winning their last three matches, face losing their second row Calum Green for the rest of the season after he was cited for allegedly biting the Sale hooker Rob Webber last weekend.

The incident occurred in the 22nd minute at St James’s Park when Green was held in a headlock by Webber, who has received a citing commissioner’s warning for the act, at a ruck. Sale claim that Green responded by biting Webber on the hand.

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