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Nadolo, Emery face judicial hearings

NZ NewswireNZ Newswire 24/04/2016
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The shine of the Crusaders' demolition of the Brumbies has been dulled somewhat after wing Nemani Nadolo was cited for a dangerous tackle.

The barnstorming Fijian grabbed a try and set up another in Sunday's convincing 40-14 win but now must face a judicial hearing for the tackle on Brumbies halfback Tomas Cubelli.

He is accused of a lifting tackle in the 39th minute that was deemed to meet the threshold for a red card.

Meanwhile, Highlanders midfield back Jason Emery will face a hearing after being sent off for a dangerous tackle on Sharks fullback Willie le Roux in the defending champions' 15-14 defeat on Friday.

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