World Rugby announced on Monday that a disciplinary panel had overturned the red card received by Australian Marica Corbetti, on Saturday by Brisbane, against France.
Good news for Marica Corbett. Indeed, the World Rugby team announced this Monday, that a disciplinary committee decided to cancel the red card received by the Australian, during the test match that was held and won against France, by a score of 33 to 30, on Saturday, near Brisbane. In a press release announcing this news, World Rugby in particular wrote: “LPlayer Marika Corupetti admitted that she technically committed an evil act that deserved the red card. After considering all the evidence, the committee found that Marica Corbett’s intervention by French third-grader Anthony Gillonch caused a shoulder-to-shoulder friction in the fifth minute of the match. Then, by impact, any contact with the chest and neck was accidental on the part of the Koropipet. On this basis, the commission did not keep the red card and the player is free to return immediately. “
Renee will be able to count on Koroybet from the match against New Zealand
This disqualification was interfered with in the fifth minute of play, when the Melbourne Rebels winger was convicted of an interference considered too high, by the referee of this encounter, New Zealander Ben O’Keefe, on his direct opponent, the Frenchman. Anthony Gillonch. Thus, his teammates, the Wallab, played almost all of this meeting in numerical inferiority, that is, to fourteen. However, this handicap did not stop the locals from finally winning this meeting. In addition to this series of test matches against the fifteenth of France, with a score of two wins for one. At the end of this third and final famous encounter, Australia’s head coach, Dave Rainey, rose to the occasion and even went so far as to accuse the French players, including Anthony Gelonch, of emulating it. Meanwhile, Renee will finally be able to match his pupil, from his family’s next game, August 7, in the context of the Bledisloe Cup, against New Zealand.