Mo'unga gets a warning
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Crusaders flyhalf Richie Mo'unga has as been issued with a warning for a dangerous tackle during his side's 45-28 win over the Stormers.
The flyhalf, who will already miss several weeks due to a broken jaw, has been handed a warning for his dangerous tackle on Stormers lock Pieter-Steph du Toit in the 39th minute.
The incident resulted in Du Toit being taken off on a mobile stretcher, while Mo'unga escaped without any on-field punishment.
And upon further review of the match footage, the SANZAAR foul play review committee issued him with just a warning.
The foul play review committee found that the offence did not meet the red card threshold for citings despite the player contravening Law 9.13 - A player must not dangerously tackle an opponent early, late or dangerously.