Fiji prop Manasa Saulo attacks for Fiji against Wales at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff last Friday. Photo: World Rugby
Fiji prop Manasa Saulo has been suspended for 10 weeks for stamping and will miss their final match of RWC 2015
Flying Fijians tighthead prop Manasa Saulo has been suspended for 10 weeks after admitting to stamping the head of Wales lock Luke Charteris in their Pool A clash last Friday.
In a press release World Rugby stated: “Following a review of video footage, Saulo was cited by Independent Citing Commissioner Bruce Kuklinski (Canada) under Law 10.4(b) for stamping the head of an opponent (Luke Charteris (WAL)) in the Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool A match against Wales in Cardiff on 1 October.
Fiji’s Nemani Nadolo runs over Richard Wigglesworth in the RWC opener against England. Photo: WalesOnline
Nadolo has been cited for an alleged act of foul play against Australia and a hearing will take place on Monday September 28
Fiji superstar Nemani Nadolo could miss the Pool A showdown with Wales at the Millennium Stadium next Thursday after he was cited following the defeat against Australia in Cardiff on Wednesday evening.
Nadolo has been cited by Citing Commissioner Freek Burger for an alleged act of foul play contrary to Law 10.4(j) during the Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool A match on September 23.
Dominiko Waqaniburotu (2nd left) tip tackles Jonny May in the opening match of the Rugby World Cup. Photo: Matthew Impey/Rex Shutterstock
Dominiko Waqaniburotu of Fiji has been suspended for one week after admitting an act of foul play.
Following a review of broadcast footage, Waqaniburotu was cited by Independent Citing Commissioner Douglas Hunter (Scotland) under Law 10.4(j) for a ‘dangerous tip tackle’ in the Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool A match against England.
The case was heard by Independent Judicial Officer Professor Lorne Crerar (Scotland) in accordance with the Rugby World Cup 2015 Disciplinary process.