Cape Town - SANZAR judicial officer Terry Willis from Australia has removed a red card from the disciplinary record of Springbok hooker Bismarck du Plessis. As it happened: All Blacks v SpringboksHow Sport24 chief writer Rob Houwing rated the BoksVIDEO: Nick Mallett hammers ref Romain Poite!VIDEO: Bismarck's tackle on CarterIt's an r-effing disgrace!Facebook petition to ban Romain PoiteDu Plessis was issued with a red card after receiving two yellow cards during the Boks' Rugby Championship clash with the All Blacks in Auckland on Saturday.The yellow cards were issued in the 17th and 42nd minutes of the match at Eden Park, which New Zealand won 29-15.The judicial hearing was held via teleconference on Monday. Willis granted an application made by Gerrie Swart who appeared on behalf of Du Plessis, for an expedited hearing. The hearing was originally fixed for the Tuesday. At the hearing, Willis was assisted by former professional player David Croft from Australia.Submissions were made on behalf of the player and the video footage was reviewed. Willis found that the decision made by referee Romain Poite to issue a yellow card as a result of the tackle by Du Plessis on Dan Carter was wrong, as it was within the laws of the game.Carter to his credit said he had no problem with the tackle.No further sanction was imposed on Du Plessis, however the second yellow card remains on his record for the remainder of the Rugby Championship.