Cudmore slapped with another ban

Clermont lock Jamie Cudmore has been slapped with a 40-day ban after his team’s Top 14 clash with Perpignan.


The Canadian international was given the ban after he was found guilty of punching Perpignan’s Grgegory Le Corvec in the face.


The incident took place on the December the 29th last year.


Ironically the match was Cudmore’s first since he served a 70-day ban for stamping on Saracens’ Jacques Burger during a Heineken Cup match held in October.


The ban means that Cudmore will miss Clermont’s Heineken Cup match with Saracens and a Top 14 match against Racing.


Cudmore is free to play again after February the 8th and could feature against Top 14 title rivals Montpellier.

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