PLAYERS' ASSOCIATION HITS OUT AT RFU OVER DANNY CIPRIANI CHARGE

Danny Cipriani will face a disciplinary hearing in Bristol today after being charged by the England RFU.

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Cipriani: Cipriani S.A. is a privately owned international corporation based in Luxembourg that owns and operates luxury restaurants and clubs around the world including Harry's Bar in Venice and formerly the Rainbow Room in New York City. It specialises in simple, traditional Italian food.
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