The Football Association have confirmed the three match ban for Owen Bevan after his red card in the second half of the Glovers 0-0 draw with Wealdstone.

Referee Scott Jackson bradished his red circle of doom after a strong challenge by the Bournemouth loanee.

The suspension falls under the Category of “S1 – Serious Foul Play”, which carries an automatic three game suspension.

The defender will miss the Maidstone game on Saturday, before the home game against Notts County and the away trip to Maidenhead, which means, he won’t be available for another Glovers league game until York away on February the 25th (unless there’s any other rearrangements)

A point of note; he will be available for the Somerset Men’s Premier Cup game against Paulton on Valentine’s Day – the suspension only covers League and relevant National Cup Fixtures.

Owen Bevan sees red from referee Scott Jackson.

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