Below are the WRU Disciplinary results from 11th September 2012 held at the Millennium Stadium.
David Cullen (Birchgrove) v Vardre - red card (acts contrary to good sportsmanship - Law 10.4.M/10.4.S). Six (6) week suspension. David Cullen may resume playing on 24th October 2012.
Lloyd Phillips (TATA Steel) v Narberth - red card (lifting a player from the ground and either dropping or driving that player's head and/or upper body into the ground whilst the player's feet are off the ground - Law 10.4.J). Six (6) week suspension. Lloyd Phillips may resume playing on 24th October 2012.
Dafydd Healey (Menai Bridge) v Benllech - red card (dangerous tackling - Law 10.4.E and striking an opponent - Law 10.4.A). Six (6) week suspension. Dafydd Healey may resume playing on 24th October 2012.
Jack Owens (Menai Bridge) v Benllech - red card (dangerous tackling - Law 10.4.E). Four (4) week suspension. Jack Owens may resume playing on 10th October 2012.
Mike Roberts (Bargoed) v RGC 1404 - Citing (Striking and Opponent - Law 10.4.A and stamping - Law 10.4.B). Seven (7) week suspension. Mike Roberts may resume playing on 30th October 2012.
Lee Meads (Bargoed) v RGC 1404 - Citing (striking an opponent - Law 10.4.A). Two (2) week suspension. Lee Meads may resume playing on 25th September 2012.
Grant Rogers (Bargoed) v RGC 1404 - Citing (striking an opponent - Law 10.4.A). Two (2) week suspension. Grant Rogers may resume playing on 25th September 2012.
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