Kyle Sinckler in motion for England. Photosport
England prop Kyle Sinckler will miss the workforce’s opening match of the Six Nations towards Scotland on Feb. 6 after receiving a two-week ban on Wednesday for swearing at a referee in a membership sport.
The incident happened when Sinckler was enjoying for Bristol Bears in a Premiership match towards Exeter on Saturday. He used dangerous language as he questioned a referee’s determination to not award a penalty.
Sinckler was cited and appeared earlier than a web-based unbiased disciplinary listening to, which upheld a cost that he did not respect the authority of a referee.
The 27-year-old Sinckler is free to play once more on Feb. 9, making him out there for the match towards Italy at Twickenham in spherical two.
He apologised for the outburst straight after Saturday’s sport, saying it was “not the instance I wish to be setting”.