The result from Cian Healy's appeal will bring relief to Leinster fans but he's not out of the woods yet

The Leinster and Ireland prop was cited for an incident from the Toulon game

The result from Cian Healy's appeal will bring relief to Leinster fans but he's not out of the woods yet

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Leinster's Cian Healy has been cleared to play Munster this weekend after successfully appealing a two-week suspension for allegedly charging into a Toulon's Guilhem Guirado.

Although the successful result of the appeal entitles Healy to be available for selection for Leinster's next game, he will have to face another hearing for the incident against Toulon.

'The Appeal Committee determined that the decision of the independent Judicial Officer at a Disciplinary Hearing on Thursday, 17 December 2015 should be set aside, and Healy is therefore free to play with immediate effect. However, the Appeal Committee also decided that the original citing complaint against the player should be reheard at a later date by a different independent Judicial Officer from the Disciplinary Hearing.'

The initial charge of striking with the knee was not upheld and was subsequently reworded by an official to, 'Dangerous charging or obstructing or grabbing of an opponent without the ball, including shouldering", in breach of Law 10.4 (f) and (k) of World Rugby's regulations.'

A date for the next hearing has not yet been specified.