Claassens to face DC for trip
Mon, 25 Feb 2013 19:42
Errie Claassens of Worcester Warriors is to appear at an RFU disciplinary hearing, after receiving a red card in the Premiership match at Gloucester on Friday, February 22.
The player was sent off for tripping an opponent, Gloucester's Jonny May, contrary to Law 10.4 (d).
The hearing takes place on Tuesday, February 26, with a panel of Sean Enright (chairman), John Brennan and Daniel White.
* Chris Hala'ufia (London Irish) is to appear at an RFU disciplinary hearing after being cited following the Premiership match against London Wasps on Sunday, February 24.
The player has been charged with allegedly striking an opponent, Wasps hooker T Rhys Thomas, contrary to Law 10.4(a), following a report from the citing officer Mike Rafter.
The hearing takes place Tuesday, February 26, with John Brennan to sit as a Sole judiciary officer.
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