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No evidence George North was bitten in France defeat

LONDON: There was no evidence that Wales winger George North was bitten in the latter stages of their controversial 20-18 Six Nations defeat by France on Saturday, the citing commissioner has said.

Reported by Brisbane Times • Monday, March 20, 2017

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