Results of recent WRU disciplinary panels are as follows:
From Tuesday 13th April 2010
Mark Breeze (Aberavon on permit from the Ospreys Region) v Pontrypridd - red card (two yellow cards). Two (2) weeks suspension. Mr. Breeze may resume playing on the 27th April 2010.
Nathan Dinez (Ynysddu) v Brynithel - red card (acts contrary to good sportsmanship). Twenty four (24) weeks suspension. Mr Dinez may resume playing on the 29th November 2010 after taking the annual close season into consideration.
Aaron Morgan (Ynysddu) v Brynithel red card (acts contrary to good sportsmanship). Twelve (12) weeks suspension. Mr Morgan may resume playing on the 6th September 2010, after taking the annual close season into consideration.
Daniel Phillips (Ferndale) v Taffs Well - red card (punching). Five (5) weeks suspension. Mr Phillips may resume playing on the 19th May 2010.
Ashley Kenealy (Ferndale) v Taffs Well - red card (punching). Five (5) weeks suspension. Mr Kenealy may resume playing on the 19th May 2010.
D Onions (St Joseph's (Newport) v St Joseph's - red card (two yellow cards). Six (6) weeks suspension. Mr. Onions may resume playing on the 26th May 2010.
R Powell (Hollybush) v St Julian's - red card (stamping and running in). Seven (7) weeks (5 weeks for the offence and 2 weeks for running in) suspension. Mr Powell may resume playing the Game on 2nd August 2010, after taking the annual close season into consideration.
From Tuesday 6th April 2010
Julian Knight (Briton Ferry ) v Maesteg Harlequins - red card (running in and punching). Seven (7) weeks (5 weeks for the offence and 2 weeks for punching from behind) suspension. Mr Knight may resume playing on the 26th May 2010.
G Hart (Beddau) v Ystrad Rhondda - red card (two yellow cards). Two (2) weeks suspension. Mr Hart may resume playing on the 21st April 2010
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