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Two Irishmen among five rugby players sent to trial over alleged ‘gang-rape of 21-year-old woman


Two Irishmen are among five rugby players who were sent to trial today over the alleged gang rape of a young woman in France.

Denis Coulson, 28 is said to have taken part in the sex attack along with Frenchman Loick Jammes, 27, and New Zealander Rory Grice, 32, judicial sources said on Monday.

They were originally indicted in June 2019, and an appeal against that decision has now been rejected by the Appeals Court in Bordeaux, South West France.

Chris Farrell, 29 and also Irish, is meanwhile accused of ‘failing to prevent the crime’, along with Dylan Hayes, 28, from New Zealand.

All five were teammates playing for FC Grenoble, in eastern France, when the gang rape is said to have happened in a hotel in Merignac, a suburb of Bordeaux where the city airport is situated, on March 12, 2017.

Two Irishmen are among five rugby players who were sent to trial today over the alleged gang rape of a young woman in France. Irishmen Denis Coulson, 28, (pictured) is said to have taken part in the sex attack along with Frenchman Loick Jammes and New Zealander Rory Grice

Two Irishmen are among five rugby players who were sent to trial today over the alleged gang rape of a young woman in France. Irishmen Denis Coulson, 28, (pictured) is said to have taken part…



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