British and Irish Lions 2013: Australia captain James Horwill to learn fate tonight over 'stamp on Alun-Wyn Jones' in first Test
Monday 01 July 2013
Australia captain James Horwill will learn by this evening whether he is available for Saturday's series decider against the British and Irish Lions in Sydney.
The Australian Rugby Union have confirmed that judicial officer Graeme Mew is considering his verdict after hearing the appeal against Horwill's alleged stamp on Alun-Wyn Jones in the first Test.
Horwill was cleared of any act of foul play by the original hearing eight days ago only for the International Rugby Board to contest the decision.
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