After the fall of the British and Irish Lions against South Africa, Kyle Sinckler was cited for a hearing on August 3 for an alleged bite of a Springboks player in the 64th minute of the game.
The request for the anti-regulatory action of Act number 9.12 was ruled by Scott Nowland, from Australia. Sinckler will appear for a video conference before being with the independent Judicial Committee, which will be in charge of Adam Casselden, also from the oceanic continent. He will be alongside David Croft and John Langford, both Australians. Once the analysis of the whole game is finished, there will be no further summons.
The meeting between British & Irish Lions and South Africa had moments of tensionn. In the 64th minute of the match and in a ruck dispute, Sinckler would have exceeded with dangerous behavioray now he will have to appear to know the sanction or not for said play.
This became known later the particular action of Stuart Hogg with Willie Le Roux. The Lions fullback denied biting the Springboks man: “Following speculation on the internet, I wanted to categorically deny any lack of play in the game,” he said.