- Disciplinary hearing relates to the registration on scrum half Tyson Keats
- Case to be heard on March 5
London Welsh are to appear at an RFU Competitions Hearing charged with fielding an ineligible player in a number of Aviva Premiership matches this season.
The case relating to the registration of scrum half Tyson Keats will be heard on Tuesday, March 5, by a panel of Jeremy Summers (chairman), Premiership Rugby Chief Executive Mark McCafferty and Dr Julian Morris at the offices of Slater & Gordon, Chancery Lane, London.
The club’s former Rugby Manager Mike Scott is the subject of a separate RFU Disciplinary Hearing relating to the registration of the same player and has been charged under RFU Rule 5.12 for ’conduct prejudicial to the interests of the Union or the Game’. That case will be heard at a later date.