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Nalaga gets 22 days
PA Sport
November 18, 2008
 Clermont's winger Napolioni Nalaga (L) tries to escape from Toulouse's scrum-half Byron Kelleher (R) during their TOP14 rugby match Clermont-Ferrand versus Toulouse on September 13, 2008 at the stadium Marcel Michelin in Clermont-Ferrand, central France. Clermont won 16-6. Photo: THIERRY ZOCCOLAN/AFP/Getty Images
Napolioni Nalaga in action for Clermont Auvergne © Getty Images
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The Pacific Islanders wing Napolioni Nalaga, who was sent off during the match against France on Saturday, was suspended today for 22 days after a Six Nations Disciplinary Committee upheld the red card but deemed the player's challenge on Jean-Baptiste Elissalde to be reckless rather than intentional.

The Committee, chaired by Antony Davies (England) and also comprising George Spotswood (Ireland) and Mike Rafter (England), classed the offence in the mid range of the IRB table of sanctions and took into account several mitigating factors in favour of the player.

The suspension ends at midnight on Sunday December 7, 2008, with the player able to play again on December 8, 2008.

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