Hazell cited for stamping
Gloucester flanker Andy Hazell has been cited for allegedly stamping on a Bath opponent at Kingsholm last Sunday.
Last Updated: 10/09/09 6:17pm
Gloucester flanker Andy Hazell has been cited for allegedly stamping on an opponent in last Sunday's Guinness Premiership clash against Bath at Kingsholm.
The England international has been reported by independent citing officer Peter Colston following the alleged incident, which involved Bath's Australian back-row forward Julian Salvi.
Hazell, who will appear before a Rugby Football Union disciplinary panel next Tuesday, was sin-binned during the game for stamping by referee Andrew Small.
If he is found guilty, the 31-year-old could be banned from anything between a fortnight and nine or more weeks.