Cardiff Blues wing Mosese Luveitasau was cleared of foul play in the Heineken Cup Round 1 match against Bourgoin at an independent Disciplinary Committee in Dublin yesterday.
The citing lodged by the Citing Commissioner for the match, Gordon Black, was for an alleged dangerous tackle in contravention of Law 10.4 (e). The independent Disciplinary Committee, chaired by Hugh Logan and also comprising Mark McParland and Phil Orr found that Luveitasau had not committed an act of foul play and therefore the citing was not upheld.
Wales will tonight (Saturday) stage the first leg of the Premiership Rugby 7s Series this Saturday evening at the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park - and tickets remain on throughout the day and right up until kick-off so you can join us for an summer night of top class rugby!
The Welsh stage of the Premiership Rugby 7s Series explodes into life at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park this Saturday - and fans attending a night of thrilling regional rugby will also be showing their support for the #StayStrongForOws campaign.
In its sixth year the Blues Cup once again showed to be huge hit throughout the region and is a great advert for the community game as each of the six finalists across the three age groups produced rugby of an outstanding level resulting in 14 tries.
Inspired Cardiff Blues enjoyed Judgement Day at the Millennium Stadium as they secured a tense 17-13 win over regional rivals Scarlets in a feisty and enthralling encounter in the RaboDirect PRO12 on Easter Sunday.