Craig Field will be sentenced on Wednesday over the one-punch death of a northern NSW farmer.
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Former NRL halfback Craig Field will today be sentenced over the one-punch manslaughter of a New South Wales farmer.
The ex-South Sydney Rabbitohs captain was last week found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter at the Lismore Supreme Court.
51-year-old Kelvin Kane was found unconscious outside a northern NSW pub in July 2012.
Field, who played 151 NRL games for the Rabbitohs, Manly Sea Eagles, Balmain and the Wests Tigers, was arrested at the scene.
Kane was put on life support but later died in hospital.