This Wednesday, Reda Wardi was summoned before the Disciplinary Committee of the National Rugby League for “dangerous play”. The 27-year-old had been expelled on October 23 on the 8th day of Top 14 after a high tackle on Toulouse scrum half Antoine Dupont.
The Disciplinary Committee of the National Rugby League has ruled and decided to suspend Reda Wardi for three weeks. According to the LNR, Stade Rochelais has asked to benefit from World Rugby’s “head contact process”, so that the sanction of its pillar is reduced by one week, subject to its participation in a training workshop on technique. of tackle.
Replaced in Blues by Jérôme Rey
Wardi was called up for the first time in the extended group of the XV of France last month to prepare for the three autumn tests against Australia, South Africa and Japan. He was replaced there by Lyon pillar Jérôme Rey the day after his red card against Toulouse.
Automatically suspended last weekend, Reda Wardi will miss the next two Top 14 matches before returning to competition.