Two-week ban for Deysel

    2011-05-31 12:32
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    Durban - Sharks flank Jean Deysel has been suspended for two weeks after being found guilty of foul play by a SANZAR Judicial Hearing held in Durban on Tuesday.
    Deysel was cited for a dangerous tackle on Waratahs centre Tom Carter during their Super Rugby match last Saturday. He received a yellow card for the offence.
    SANZAR Judicial Officer Peter Ingwersen SC found Deysel guilty of contravening Foul Play Law 10.4 (e) for dangerous tackling of an opponent without the ball.
    The Judicial officer concluded that this was a lower end offence and ruled that Deysel receive the minimum sanction of two weeks.

    Deysel will miss the Sharks' upcoming away clashes against the Cheetahs (Saturday, June 4) and Lions (Saturday, June 11).
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