- Calum Clark banned for 32 weeks after incident in LV= Cup final
- Northampton Saints flanker is can play again on November 2
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Northampton Saints flanker Calum Clark has been banned for 32 weeks for an act contrary to good sportsmanship – Law 10(4) (M)
The England EPS member pleaded guilty to hyperextending the right arm of Leicester Tigers' Rob Hawkins during the LV= Cup final at Sixways on March 18.
The suspension will run from March 22 to the November 1. He is free to play again on November 2 2012.
Clark, 22, is ordered to pay hearing costs of £500.
The full RFU disciplinary judgment on Calum Clark is available to read or download in the discipline section of RFU.com.