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Sport France hooker Eloi Pelissier sent home from RLWC duties after breaking curfew

01:32  06 november  2017
01:32  06 november  2017 Source:   sportingnews.com

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France hooker Eloi Pelissier has reportedly been sent home after breaking team curfew over the weekend just days after the French took on Australia at Canberra Stadium.

Pelissier flew back home on Sunday afternoon from Perth after the team travelled across the country to prepare for their final fixure against Engalnd on November 12 at Perth Rectangular Stadium.

President of the French Rugby League Federation Marc Palanques said the rake was at fault of "a serious breach of the disciplinary regulations of the team of France".

French publication L'Independant reports Pelissier did not respect the curfew time set by coach Aurélien Cologni when they arrived in Western Australia.

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Leigh hooker Eloi Pelissier has become the latest player to be sent home from the World Cup. It is the second disciplinary breach for the French, who left Hull utility player Hakim Miloudi behind for disciplinary reasons after he played in their warm-up match against Jamaica in Perpignan.

The France hooker Éloi Pélissier has also been sent home for misconduct, which is understood to have been for breaking a team curfew . Pélissier , 26, who joined Leigh from Catalans Dragons just over a year ago, played in France ’s 52-6 defeat by Australia in Canberra on Friday and was expected

Pelissier will be replaced by Catalans playmaker Luke Albert who was already included in their 24-man squad.

The 26-year-old joined the Leigh Centurions this season after playing 155 games for the Catalans Dragons and still has a year remaining with the now relegated Super League club.

He was a late demotion to the bench for France's World Cup fixture against Australia but came on early in the first half as fresh legs to replace John Boudebza.

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France hooker Eloi Pelissier has been kicked out of the Rugby League World for breaking team curfew . It's understood the matter will not be investigated by the tournament's integrity unit, but will still spell the end of the trio's campaign after they were released by team management.

Pelissier on WN Network delivers the latest Videos and Editable pages for News & Events, including Entertainment, Music, Sports Leigh hooker Eloi Pelissier has become the latest player to be sent home from the World Cup that Pelissier has been similarly punished for breaking a team curfew .

While the French were limited in attack by Australia's strict defence, Pelissier had an impressive workrate in the middle, notching up 42 tackes.

The news come after three Scotland players were stood down for being denied to board a flight because of their intoxication as skipper Danny Brough, Sam Brooks and the fittingly named Johnny Walker were left behind in Christchurch.

Both controversies followed a blow up in the Italian camp as Roosters recruit James Tedesco was king hit at a Cairn pub by teammate Shannon Wakeman who thought he propositioned his girlfriend.

France's world Cup campaign will come to an end following their final group game against England after they let Lebanon break away in the second half with a 29-18 victory that will see the Cedars take the remaining qualification spot in Pool A.

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