Sport Ireland won't appeal James Cronin ban
Sport Ireland have confirmed they won't be appealing the one month ban handed down to James Cronin.
The Munster prop was facing the prospect of his case being brought to the Court of Arbitration for Sport but that has been ruled out now.
Cronin was suspended for what was deemed to be an "unintentional anti-doping violation".
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