Top 14 – Toulon: Brian Alainu’uese suspended three weeks after his red card received against Toulouse

Top 14 – Toulon: Brian Alainu’uese suspended three weeks after his red card received against Toulouse
Top 14 – Toulon: Brian Alainu’uese suspended three weeks after his red card received against Toulouse

Guilty of a dangerous tackle against Toulon and excluded, Brian Alainu’uese was suspended for three weeks by the NRL disciplinary committee. He will be requalified on May 19 unless he follows the Head Contact Process.

Excluded on April 20 against Toulouse, Brian Alainu’uese knows his sanction. The Toulonnais was suspended for three weeks by the LNR after his dangerous tackle on Haut-Garonne third row Mathis Castro-Ferreira.

Already absent against La Rochelle after this exclusion, the Samoan colossus will ultimately be deprived of the field for three weeks of competition. He was recognized “dangerous game manager” and to have “tackled an opponent in anticipation, delayed or in a dangerous manner”. Initially, the 30-year-old was suspended for six weeks but thanks to the admission of the facts, the expression of remorse and his conduct before and during the hearing, the duration was halved.

For the moment, the former Glasgow player cannot play until May 19, the day after the RCT moved to the Oyonnax field. However, the Var club would like its protégé to participate in the Head Contact Process, which could allow him to return a week before.

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