Salakaia-Loto handed four-week ban

Thu, 10/12/2020, 02:48 am
AAP
by AAP
Salakaia-Loto received a red card during the Wallabies final test of 2020. Photo: Getty Images
Salakaia-Loto received a red card during the Wallabies final test of 2020. Photo: Getty Images

Lock Lukhan Salakaia-Loto has been suspended for four weeks for a dangerous tackle during the Wallabies' Tri Nations game against Argentina.

Salakaia-Loto was red-carded after his hit on Pumas back-rower Santiago Grondona, leaving the Wallabies with 14 players for the final 20 minutes of the 16-16 draw.

He fronted a SANZAAR hearing on Monday night

.Salakaia-Loto's guilty plea saved him a further two matches on the sideline.

His ban will take in the first two rounds of the Queensland Reds' Super Rugby AU campaign.

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