Gloucester winger Jonny Might has been banned for 3 video games after being cited for a harmful deal with in the course of the group’s defeat by Bathtub final Friday.
The 33-year-old was cited for a head-on-head collision with Bathtub centre Ollie Lawrence, who broke his nostril.
Lawrence completed the match and can stay eligible for Bathtub’s subsequent recreation.
Might, who admitted the cost, can cut back his ban to 2 video games if he completes a World Rugby teaching intervention programme.
Might was making his first look for Gloucester this season as a result of World Cup and introduced his retirement from England following the match.
The deal with occurred off the ball in the course of the first half to the aspect of a ruck. He was cited on Tuesday and referred to as earlier than an impartial disciplinary panel.
“I’m relieved that Ollie was in a position to proceed and end the match though I apologise for the damage triggered to him,” Might mentioned in a written assertion.
“I delight myself on my work ethic and growing my recreation and I shall be engaged on my choice making and attacking breakdown approach in coaching, and I’ll guarantee I proceed to enhance on this space.”
Might will miss Gloucester’s Premiership video games away to Exeter on 19 November, at residence to Leicester on 25 November and probably away to Bristol on 2 December.