The results of the WRU Disciplinary panel held at the Millennium Stadium on Tuesday 28th April 2009, are as follows:
STEVE LANG (Abergavenny RFC) - red card v Tredegar RFC. Six (6) weeks suspension. Mr Lang may resume playing on the 10th August 2009, after taking the annual close season into consideration.
G BLAKE (Penarth RFC) - two yellow cards v Aberdare RFC. Two (2) week suspension. Mr Blake may resume playing on the 13th May 2009.
KARL STEVENSON (Cefn Coed RFC) - verbal abuse v Dowlais RFC. Twelve (12) weeks suspension. Mr Stevenson may resume playing on the 21st September 2009, after taking the annual close season into consideration.
CRAIG THOMAS (Dowlais RFC) - fighting v Cefn Coed RFC. Five (5) weeks suspension. Mr Thomas may resume playing on the 3rd August 2009, after taking the annual close season into consideration.
GERWYN DAVIES (Ferndale RFC) - punching v Taffs Well RFC. two (2) weeks suspension. Mr Davies may resume playing the Game on the 13th May 2009
ANDREW JENKINS (Llanelli Wanderers RFC) - verbal abuse v Aberystywth RFC. Six (6) weeks suspension. Mr Jenkins may resume playing on the 10th August 2009, after taking the annual close season into consideration
MICHAEL ROBERTS (Bargoed RFC) - head butt/verbal abuse v Blackwood RFC. Eight (8) weeks suspenion. Mr Roberts may resume playing the Game on the 24th August 2009, after taking the annual close season into consideration.
MATTHEW DAVIES (Bridgend) - punching v Cardiff RFC. Five (5) weeks suspension. Mr Davies may resume playing on the 2nd August 2009, after taking the annual close season into consideration.
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