Nan banned from touchline
A WHITE-HAIRED grandmother has been banned from a rugby club in a row over her "thuggish" behaviour.
Lillian Mort, 74, is accused of standing on the touchline to hurl abuse at referees and rival players during matches.
The club has been fined £50 by Welsh rugby chiefs after Lillian shouted at a referee during a game.
Club officials claim to have written 12 letters asking her to curb her behaviour.
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But battling Lillian was finally given a red card — for trying to spend beer tokens handed out to her player grandson for a drink after a match.
Lillian was banned for three months after supporting Pyle RFC for 40 years.
She said: "I've been going to watch games since I was in my thirties. The committee think they have got the better of me but I'm not going to leave it there."
Lillian has vowed to carry on watching the team through the steel railings along the boundary of the pitch.