Sailor cops ban for nightclub incident Wallaby winger Wendell Sailor has been suspended for one match and fined an undisclosed amount for inappropriate behaviour while intoxicated in Cape Town on Friday night. Sailor received the penalty when he appeared before a NSW Waratahs disciplinary committee chaired by NSW Rugby Union chief executive Fraser Neill and including team manager Scott Harrison and player representatives Chris Whitaker and Adam Freier. A NSWRU statement said Sailor would return home from the tour on Tuesday after being banned for the remaining game against the Bulls in Pretoria this weekend. A South African newspaper broke the story about Sailor on Sunday, claiming he had pushed a man to the ground outside a Cape Town nightclub. Sailor has since admitted to a reporter that he was intoxicated and had pushed the man, and also vomited outside the nightclub. The NSWRU did not reveal details of the incident in its statement but said Sailor admitted he was out drinking on Friday night after being ruled out of the Waratahs' team for Saturday's Super 14 match against the Stormers with a hamstring strain. "After looking at the facts of the matter we arrived at a one game suspension which includes the loss of a match payment along with an undisclosed fine," said Neill. "It's obviously disappointing to see this happen and we find it totally unacceptable behaviour, as does Wendell."