Wales prop Lee cited for alleged head butt
June 22, 2014
Samson Lee's case will be heard on Sunday © Getty Images
Lee, who was making his first Wales start, is alleged to have struck Springbok second-row Flip van der Merwe during the second half. He was cited under law 10.4 (a) - striking or punching an opponent - by Kenya-based Citing Commissioner, James Absaloms.
Lee, included in the starting XV at the expense of veteran Adam Jones, had been due to undergo a hearing on Saturday evening, but Absaloms decided he needed more time to study the evidence and postponed the hearing until Sunday.
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