Keir Barlow banned from final against Leinster -

Keir Barlow banned from final against Leinster –

New Zealand will miss half of the match from La Rochelle, Tawera Ker Barlow, injured in his hand, for six weeks, and thus will miss the European Cup final, which will be played by Maritimes on May 28 in Marseille against Leinster.

“The hand is broken, and it will take six weeks to heal. It’s a shame, it’s bad but it’s a rugby player’s life. If we go to the top 14 final, maybe I’ll be available”The player said toFrance Press agency. On Sunday, at the Bollaert Arena in Lens, Keir Barlow, 31, was knocked out in the 53rd minute of his semi-final win over Racing 92 (20-13), replaced by Arthur Ritter.

Stade Rochelle qualified, on Sunday, to the European Cup final for the second time in a row, after losing last year to Toulouse their third European after losing in 2019 to Clermont in the European challenge. La Rochelle FC is still at the top of the league, occupying seventh place with 62 points, behind Toulouse, and the sixth and last (62 points).

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