Castres duo cited for alleged contact with the eye and dangerous tackle after controversial Munster clash
Two Castres players have been cited following Saturday's ill-tempered Champions Cup clash with Munster.
Johann van Graan's side went down 13-12 in France, but Munster were unhappy with a number of alleged incidents of foul play during the game. Brian O'Driscoll hit out at out-half Benjamin Urdapilleta for a sliding challenge on Andrew Conway, while today the EPCR have announced that there have been citing complaints made against two Castres players.
Replacement hooker Marc-Antoine Rallier has been cited for an alleged dangerous tackle on Peter O'Mahony. Rallier was yellow-carded during the game for the tip tackle, but could face further punishment.
Castres scrum-half Rory Kockott has also been cited, and is alleged to have made contact with the eye and/or eye area of Munster flanker Chris Cloete.
The hearings into the incidents will take place tomorrow in Paris.