Steyn has been cleared after suspension
Springboks and Stade Français flyhalf, Morne Steyn, has been cleared to play in the European Challenge Cup game this weekend.
Steyn was given a one-match ban by the National Rugby League (NRL)on the 6th of January after he was sent off the field in the 31st minute for kicking winger Fijian Mosese Ratuvou, during his side’s Top 14 match against Lyon on the 2nd of January.
After missing theclash with Castres last weekend, Steyn asked for his disciplinary hearing to be moved forward from next week to Wednesday this week.
The 30-year-old flyhalf will now be able to play againstBucharest this coming Saturday, if selected.
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