Currie Cup

Morne Steyn cited for foul play

2012-10-22 13:40
Morne Steyn (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Blue Bulls players Morne Steyn and Morne Mellett have been cited following alleged foul play in their semi-final clash against the Sharks in Durban on Saturday and both will appear before judicial officer Louis Booyse in Pretoria on Tuesday at 14:00.

Mellett was cited by Citing Commissioner Edwyn Wyngard for allegedly tripping Sharks flyhalf Patrick Lambie in the 29th minute of the match, contrary to law 10.4 (d).

Steyn has been cited for allegedly breaching law, 10.4 (a), which deals with the striking of an opponent with, for instance the arm, and alternatively for breaching law 10.4 (e), for allegedly tackling an opponent dangerously with a stiff arm.
 

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