Rugby: hearing for Bakkies after dangerous play

2011-03-22 00:00

BLUE Bulls lock Bakkies Botha will face a Sanzar judicial hearing after being cited for dangerous play during the Super Rugby match against the Stormers in Pretoria last Saturday.

The hearing, chaired by advocate Jannie Lubbe SC, will commence at 11 am today in Pretoria.

Botha allegedly breached Foul Play Law 10.4 {e} relating to a dangerous tackle against an opponent’s neck or head, where he was cited in the 24th minute of the match cleaning Stormers scrumhalf Dewaldt Duvenage at a ruck, and was not penalised by the referee for the alleged offence. 

 

 

 

 

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