First the Red Card is shown, then the referee will after a short discussion show the blue card.
Following that a written report will accompany the score sheet and the Disciplinary Commission will then decide on further actions against the player.
A yellow card is used in many different sporting codes.
Its meaning differs among sports; however, it most commonly indicates a caution given to a player regarding his or her conduct, or indicates a temporary suspension.
In the 2012 rugby union Super 15 season, a White Card was introduced for incidents of suspected foul play where the referee is unsure of the identity of the perpetrator, or where the referee is unsure if a red card is warranted.