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Jordie Barrett’s red card goes to judiciary

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All Black Jordie Barrett was red-carded during New Zealand's Bledisloe Cup win over Australia. AFP

Jordie Barrett’s red card goes to judiciary

All Black Jordie Barrett will face a disciplinary tribunal Tuesday, charged with reckless play after being sent off during New Zealand’s Bledisloe Cup win over Australia, governing body SANZAAR said.

Barrett was red-carded during the first half of the All Blacks’ 38-21 victory in Perth on Sunday after his boot came into contact with Wallaby Marika Koroibete’s face while leaping for the ball.

SANZAAR said its foul play committee had reviewed the incident and referred it for a judicial hearing, which will take place by video conference on Tuesday morning.

It said Barrett allegedly broke a law that states “players must not do anything that is reckless or dangerous to others”.

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