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Rugby league player banned as she calls Queen 'dumb dog' and says death was 'good day'

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rugby league player has been banned for calling the Queen a "dumb dog" and saying her death was a "good day".Caitlin Moran, a utility player for the Newcastle Knights, has been suspended by the National Rugby League following an investigation into an offensive social media post she made.

Following Her Majesty's death, the 25-year-old posted a picture of the Queen to her Instagram story before deleting the post eight hours later.In addition to the image, she also wrote: “Todays a good fkn day, uncle Luke announces his tour, and this dumb dog dies Happy fkn Friday.”READ MORE: Angry rugby fan breaks into commentary box in explosive confrontation live on airThe NRL issued Moran with a one-match ban on Tuesday and have also fined her 25% of her salary for the season.

She has been given five days to respond to the breach notice.“The breach notice proposes a fine equivalent to 25 per cent of her current NRLW contract, wholly suspended, provided she fulfils a number of conditions," reads the NRL's statement, via“The breach notice also proposes a one match suspension in the NRLW.

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