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Errie Claassens and Chris Hala'ufia both cited for incidents at the weekend

Last Updated: 25/02/13 5:11pm

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Chris Hala'ufia (C): Cited along with Errie Claassens for incidents at the weekend

Chris Hala'ufia (C): Cited along with Errie Claassens for incidents at the weekend

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Worcester full-back Errie Claassens and London Irish forward Chris Hala'ufia have both been cited following incidents during last weekend's Aviva Premiership action.

Claassens is to appear before a disciplinary hearing after being shown a red card for tripping Jonny May during the Warriors' 29-23 defeat at Gloucester on Friday night.

Hala'Ufia has been cited for allegedly striking hooker T Rhys Thomas during the 30-19 victory over Wasps at the Madejski Stadium on Sunday.

Both hearings will take place in Coventry on Tuesday night.

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