European disciplinary officials are set for a busy Wednesday after three players were cited for striking opponents in last weekend’s opening round of the Challenge Cup.
Edinburgh’s Nick Haining, Cardiff’s Harri Millard and Zebre’s Apisai Tauyavuca all have cases to answer after they were each cited, with Haining’s hearing set to take place in London and the other two held via video conference.
Simon Thomas (Wales), Mitchell Read (England) and Donal Courtney (Ireland) will hear the complaint made by the match citing commissioner, John Byett (England).
Millard was cited by the match citing commissioner, Mihai Irimia (Romania), for allegedly striking Calvisano full-back Kayle Van Zyl with his foot in the 46th minute of Cardiff’s game in Italy last Saturday. Sam Hillas (England), Courtney (Ireland) and Yannick Jauzion (France) will adjudicate.
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Thomas (Wales), Read (England) and Courtney (Ireland) will hear the complaint made by the match citing commissioner, Ciaran Scally (Ireland).
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