Citing Commissioner, Eugene Ryan, (IRFU), ruled the pair were guilty of “cynical, reckless and dangerous” play. The warnings will form part of each players’ disciplinary record but do not carry an immediate sanction.
Mohoje breached Law 10.4 (e) and (f) for a dangerous tackle of a player above the line of the shoulders and obstructing a player without the ball when he cleaned out French wing, Yoann Huget, beyond the ruck after 11 minutes of the first half.
South Africa won the match 37-15. The third test is at Emirates Airlines Park in Johannesburg on Saturday.