JWC2013 Disciplinary Hearing Result - Hadleigh May
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The Judicial Officer did not find there to be any aggravating factors. On account of the mitigating features found he reduced the entry point sanction by 4 weeks to a final sanction of eight weeks. In the context of the tournament this means the player will miss the remaining two matches of the tournament and is further suspended from 9 August to 13 September 2013 inclusive. He is free to play on or after 14 September 2013.
The player has 48 hours from receipt of the written decision to appeal. The full written decision will follow.
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