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RHYL have suspended midfielder Mark Cadwallader pending a disiplinary hearing, says a statement from Belle Vue.

The move comes after an alleged serious breach of club discipline during the match against his former club Airbus UK Broughton on Tuesday 26 November.

The club will not be issuing any further statements on the matter until the hearing has been concluded.

Cadwallader, 25, graduated through Chester City's youth system and made several appearances for the reserves before joining Bangor City in March 2007. 

He then moved on to Connah's Quay three months later, arriving at Airbus UK Broughton in July 2008 as one of new manager Craig Harrison's first signings. 

Cadwallader left the Airfield a year later to join Northwich Victoria, later moving to Rhyl, before returning to the Wingmakers in July 2011, and re-signed for the Lilywhites in December 2012.

Cadwallader becomes the second player to be suspended by the Lilywhites this season. Striker Steve Lewis was disciplined after an incident at Port Talbot which resulted in a four-match FAW suspension.