2017 Judiciary & Match Review

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  1. mave

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    Deedpoll...Jordan Burgess wont get cited.
     
  2. Penrose_11

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    Dunno. NZ team named tomorrow and it's not like the judiciary doesn't have a history of suspending Kiwis from test matches
     
  3. The Mad Hatter

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    Is Maloney facing 4-6 for knocking out Teddy?
     
  4. Miller was a legend

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    It wasn't good but f**k me, how the hell did that knock him out? Teddy must have some serious concussion problems affecting him. Can't be good for his future.

    Get some head gear lad
     
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  5. wibble

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    Maloney also pulled Wood's leg and gave him a hamstring tear.

    I don't think there was much in either incident, and Woods and Tedesco were a bit unlucky to get hurt in preety minor incidents, but the MRC may look at Maloney given the injuries. Tigers fans are probably pretty filthy on Maloney at the moment (though some of them may have wanted to rip Wood's leg off themselves).
     
  6. AJB1102

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    No way, I've copped bigger clips under the ear from Granny.

    Tedesco obviously has a big head and a small brain, allowing for extra room for the brain to bounce around inside the noggin, medically speaking.

    In contrast would be Matt Prior who has a more proportionate noggin and suitably size brain to adequately fill that noggin, thus can withstand bigger knocks.
     
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  8. Big Salad

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    Sauaso Sue was charged for his high tackle on Milford which will see him miss the next Tigers game.

    How many players have actually been suspended so far this season?

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  9. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    I'm assuming Tapine wasn't charged for that ludicrous penalty against him for a shoulder charge?

    An apology from Marinara would be nice.
     
  11. Cockadoodledoo

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    They penalized the wrong one, that one was probably ok, the one on Mitchell was blatant.
     
  12. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    Chambers 1 week for a careless high tackle & Morgan 0 weeks dangerous throw from Origin.
     
  13. yobbo84

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    Both would be higher than grade 1's if in a regular NRL match, you can guarantee that.
     
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    What did Klemmer get for his elbow and Fifita for his high shot?
     
  15. SBD82

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    The same as the entire qld forward pack got for their cheap shots.
     
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  16. mave

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    Chambers cops a $1500 fine, no matches, no carry over points...
    Can this be correct ? Have I missed something?
     
  17. Nice Beaver

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    Cameron Smith probably gave him a glowing refernce.

    Yet another example of the farce the NRL has become.
     
  18. mave

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    Well I guess it is $1500 more than S Burgess copped.
    Well done MRC and the NRL ....getting tough on high shots since 2017.
     
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    Nope. The problem was the wording of the NRL Judiciary code. The Storm's lawyers managed to find a loophole as, for Chambers to attract a suspension he needed to be "convicted" three times to attract a suspension instead of a fine. As he had only been convicted twice, they argued that he was eligible to get away with a fine. The NRL had to reluctantly accept it. They are moving to change the wording of their Judiciary code to correct this for all future occasions.

    Source: https://au.sports.yahoo.com/league/...-ban-for-brutal-hit-on-mitchell-pearce/#page1

    Edited to fix spelling errors.
     
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