Tanielu Tele was stopped from Super Rugby for four weeks after hitting his red card against the Stormers on Saturday.
"Blues winger", 20, was carded in the 69 minute prize of side 24-9 in Auckland after being deemed to be the worst in a crash beside Dillyn Leyds.
He confessed that he was involved in attacking a player and is banned for four weeks, up to and including 4 May, Sanzaar said in a report after listening Monday night.
The Foul Play Review Committee at Sanzaar concluded that the act was given back for eight weeks, but it was cut in two parts due to his outstanding reputation, as well as asking himself for his good work. .
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“Following a detailed review of the available evidence, including all camera squares and additional evidence, including from the player and submissions from a legal representative, Aaron Lloyd, Committee resigned. Review of Foul Play with Red Red under Law 9.17, "Sanzaar Foul Chairman of Adam Casselden's Review Committee said.
“In terms of control of the decision, the Foul Play Review Group concluded that a game of poor play led to intermediate level entry from eight weeks as a result of responsible actors' performances. vulnerable adult in a critically endangered situation with the potential to cause significant harm.
“However, by including the mitigation cases including a good live commentary and the current player at the first attempt, the Re-Committee Committee has reduced it. Foul Play's review stopped to 4 weeks. "
The issue was assessed by Casselden, Stefan Terblanche and Eroni Clarke.
This was the second out of a Super Rugby season, but technically the first time, after the Sio Tomkinson had been disqualified, he was red carded. appointed by the judges.
Then the Sharks and Bulls got one lump on Sunday (NZ time) as a result of waking between Armand van der Merwe and Schalk Brits.
Despite the red card, the Blues won the third Rugby game just as they brought out a glimpse of the Stormers at Eden Park.
Tele was the first time of its three attempts in the 30th minute after they finished a swift move from Rieko Ioane's break.