• Switch Edition
Follow
Other countries / News
Aviva Premiership
Hala'ufia hit with seven-week ban
ESPNscrum Staff
October 10, 2011
London Irish's Chris Hala'ufia attempts to strip the ball from Gloucester's Jonny May, Gloucester v London Irish, Aviva Premiership, Kingsholm, Gloucester, England, October 1, 2011
London Irish's Chris Hala'ufia was found guilty of a dangerous tackle © Getty Images
Enlarge
Related Links
Tournaments/Tours: Aviva Premiership

London Irish No.8 Chris Hala'ufia has been handed a seven-week suspension after admitting a dangerous tackle in the Aviva Premiership match against Gloucester, the Rugby Football Union have confirmed.

The 32-year-old Tongan was sin-binned during the Kingsholm clash on October 1 for a high tackle on Olly Morgan. An RFU statement read: "Hala'ufia was duly suspended by the RFU disciplinary panel...for seven weeks and will be able to play again on November 29, 2011."

Fellow Exile Faan Rautenbach was found not guilty of striking an opponent in the same game, while Leicester prop Boris Stankovic had a citing for a dangerous tackle in the game against Bath upheld, with no further action being taken.

© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.
Live Scores
Results
Fixtures