Connacht have ‘completed an internal review’ of Mils Muliaina’s arrest
CONNACHT SAY MILS Muliaina will remain available to head coach Pat Lam when he recovers from a groin injury, after the province completed an internal review of the circumstances surrounding his questioning by police in England last weekend.
The former All Blacks fullback was taken into custody almost immediately after Connacht’s Challenge Cup quarter-final defeat to Gloucester in Kingsholm.
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The province say they were aware police wanted to speak to Muliaina about an alleged incident on 6 March in Cardiff, although further details were not made available to them before kick-off in Gloucester.
An official statement issued by Connacht this evening says the province will be making no further comment on the matter.
The statement in full reads:
Connacht face Ulster tomorrow in a crucial Guinness Pro12 encounter at the Sportsground, although the injured Muliaina will not be involved.
The fullback is set to join Italian club Zebre next season.
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