Plymouth Albion's Keni Fisilau to face RFU disciplinary charge

Keni Fisilau
Fisilau has played more than 220 matches for Plymouth Albion

Plymouth Albion centre Keni Fisilau has been called before a Rugby Football Union disciplinary panel after getting three yellow cards.

Fisilau has been sin-binned against Rotherham, London Scottish and Leeds Carnegie in the Championship.

Tongan centre Fisilau, 35, is Albion's longest-serving player, having joined the Brickfields club in July 2001.

He was given a two-week suspension in December 2008 by the RFU after amassing three yellow cards in National One.

Fisilau, who is not in Albion's squad for the British and Irish Cup tie with Ayr, will face the panel on Monday, 15 November in Bristol.