Rugby Australia's code of conduct contains clear obligations around the use of social media and public comment. READ MORE:* Folau hires Jarryd Hayne's lawyer to fight Rugby Australia: Report* Israel Folau vows to fight on with Rugby Australia* Rugby's case against Wallabies superstar is a legal and moral minefield* Rugby Australia failed to insert social media constraints in Folau's contract* Is Raelene up to the job given her handling of the Israel Folau saga? STEVEN SIEWERT Israel Folau will likely front the code-of- conduct hearing when it is convened towards the end of the month. The consequences of the player's conduct were reasonably foreseeable at the time the conduct took place;3. The player's conduct would, if publicly known, cause reputational damage to Rugby Australia, a rugby body, the player, the game, an employee of a rugby body, a match official, a selector, coach, squad, team competition or tournament;6.
Source: Stuff April 22, 2019 02:26 UTC