Deysel cited for foul play
May 29, 2011
Jean Deysel will face a SANZAR hearing following an incident during in the Sharks' game against the Waratahs © Getty Images
Sharks flanker Jean Deysel has been cited for alleged dangerous play during the Super Rugby clash with the Waratahs on Saturday.
The 26-year-old, who has been capped once by South Africa, received a yellow card after grabbing Waratahs centre Tom Carter in a headlock at a ruck in the second half of the match, which the Sharks won 26-21 to consolidate their position in the wildcard places.
Deysel will face a SANZAR hearing in Durban on Monday charged with dangerous tackling of an opponent without the ball and an act contrary to good sportsmanship.
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