Jaque Fourie abitration case set for Oct.12

The arbitration case between the Lions Springbok centre Jaque Fourie and the Golden Lions Rugby Union (GLRU) that started at Coca-Cola Park in Johannesburg on Monday will be continued on October 12.

The arbitration relates to the dispute between Western Province who wish to contract Fourie to play for the union, and the GLRU who contend that Fourie is still contractually bound to them until October 2010.

This is disputed by Fourie.

Should the matter be ruled in Fourie’s favour, WP are apparently keen to use him as soon as his suspension for a spear tackle on All Black centre Ma’a Nonu comes to an end for their Currie Cup  campaign.

Fourie has been banned from rugby up to and including 3 October for the tackle in the Springboks‘ last TriNations match of the season.

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