Greyling suspended after foul play

2014-08-20 00:00

CAPE TOWN — Blue Bulls prop Dean Greyling was suspended for one week after he was found guilty of foul play in their Absa Currie Cup Premier Division match against the Golden Lions in Johannesburg on August 9.

Greyling was charged with having committed an act of foul play, in contravention of rule 10.4(b), that states “a player must not stamp or trample on an opponent”.

The incident Ellis Park involved Lions prop Jacques van Rooyen.

The hearing took place on August 13 in Cape Town and the judicial officer, André Oosthuizen, found Greyling guilty of contravening rule 10.4(b) and imposed a one-week suspension, commencing from the date of the hearing.

Greyling is therefore available for selection this weekend.

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