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2024 Match Review & Judiciary charges

gerg

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Sydney v Melbourne​

Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (Sydney)
  • Grade 1 Dangerous Contact on Christian Welch (8 min)
  • Base penalty $1500
  • 2nd offence last 12 months
  • His options
    $2500: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $1800: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC
James Tedesco (Sydney)
  • Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (trip) on Ryan Papenhuyzen (70 min)
  • Base penalty $1500
  • 3 year no incident discount
  • His options
    $1000: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $750: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC

Is it really Maria's 2nd offence in 12 months? Is he no longer the grub of the comp? Saint Maria?
 

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Is it really Maria's 2nd offence in 12 months? Is he no longer the grub of the comp? Saint Maria?
By our count it's at least his 4th or 5th in the last 12 months, but it says "2nd offence" on the NRL's table, so that's what we're left to go with.
 
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By our count it's at least his 4th or 5th in the last 12 months, but it says "2nd offence" on the NRL's table, so that's what we're left to go with.

Just querying but is that within a 12 month period, going backwards, dated from this charge?

I only ask because, when the NRL announced the judiciary changes in 2022, this is what it said in relation to priors -

Every player will begin 2022 with a clean slate with player records reset on a rolling 12-month period since their last offence. Players serving suspensions from last season will be required to complete their existing suspensions.

(Source: https://www.nrl.com/news/2022/03/10...ents-to-judiciary-and-match-review-committee/)
 

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Just querying but is that within a 12 month period, going backwards, dated from this charge?

I only ask because, when the NRL announced the judiciary changes in 2022, this is what it said in relation to priors -



(Source: https://www.nrl.com/news/2022/03/10...ents-to-judiciary-and-match-review-committee/)
A layman's reading of that, IMO, is that the clean slate starts at the start of 2022 only, and that each charge is assessed against a rolling 12 month record (i.e. any charge for made today should consider previous offences made since 19 April 2023).

Otherwise, everyone in the first few rounds would've just been pinged for first offences - Nathan Brown, Reece Walsh and Tino Fa'asuamaleaui were all on second offences in Round 1.
 

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A layman's reading of that, IMO, is that the clean slate starts at the start of 2022 only, and that each charge is assessed against a rolling 12 month record (i.e. any charge for made today should consider previous offences made since 19 April 2023).

Otherwise, everyone in the first few rounds would've just been pinged for first offences - Nathan Brown, Reece Walsh and Tino Fa'asuamaleaui were all on second offences in Round 1.
To answer the actual question, JWH was charged in 2023:

Twice in Round 15
Once in Round 20
Once in Round 22
(all fines ^)
Twice in Round 26 (seven game suspension)

That the NRL only believe he's had 2 offences in the last 12 months is bonkers.
 

Saxon

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$750 for a hacking kick at Paps' shin. Laughable.
Considering he's on about a million, Teddy makes that while he's sleeping overnight.
 

Mr. Shaman

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To answer the actual question, JWH was charged in 2023:

Twice in Round 15
Once in Round 20
Once in Round 22
(all fines ^)
Twice in Round 26 (seven game suspension)

That the NRL only believe he's had 2 offences in the last 12 months is bonkers.
He definitely took the fines or did he fight any?
 

Valheru

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$750 for a hacking kick at Paps' shin. Laughable.
Considering he's on about a million, Teddy makes that while he's sleeping overnight.
Agree the fines are essentially meaningless to the players but I think that's the NRLs strategy. They want people to plead guilty so they can say the MRC has a high strike rate in its charges.
 

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To answer the actual question, JWH was charged in 2023:

Twice in Round 15
Once in Round 20
Once in Round 22
(all fines ^)
Twice in Round 26 (seven game suspension)

That the NRL only believe he's had 2 offences in the last 12 months is bonkers.
Doesn't '2nd offence' mean second offence for that particular type of charge only (i.e careless, dangerous conduct, etc)?
 

Valheru

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Doesn't '2nd offence' mean second offence for that particular type of charge only (i.e careless, dangerous conduct, etc)?
Yeah that's how I'm reading it.

They used to list similar and non similar previous offences now they just have the one stat.
 

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Penrith v Wests Tigers​

Aidan Sezer (Wests Tigers)
  • Grade 1 Dangerous Contact on Brad Schneider (9 min)
  • Base penalty $1500
  • 3rd+ offence last 12 months
  • His options
    2 matches: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $3000: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC

Gold Coast v Manly​

Jaimin Jolliffe (Gold Coast)
  • Grade 1 Dangerous Contact on Taniela Paseka (75 min)
  • Base penalty $1500
  • 2nd offence last 12 months
  • His options
    $2500: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $1800: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC

Brisbane v Canberra​

No players charged

 

Vic Mackey

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Penrith v Wests Tigers​

Aidan Sezer (Wests Tigers)
  • Grade 1 Dangerous Contact on Brad Schneider (9 min)
  • Base penalty $1500
  • 3rd+ offence last 12 months
  • His options
    2 matches: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $3000: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC

Gold Coast v Manly​

Jaimin Jolliffe (Gold Coast)
  • Grade 1 Dangerous Contact on Taniela Paseka (75 min)
  • Base penalty $1500
  • 2nd offence last 12 months
  • His options
    $2500: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $1800: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC

Brisbane v Canberra​

No players charged

Sezer lucky, didnt see much difference between it and what Aloiai did (who got a Grade 2 charge)
 

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Canterbury v Newcastle​

Drew Hutchison (Canterbury)
  • Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (trip) on Kai Pearce-Paul (31 min)
  • Base penalty $1500
  • 3 year incident free discount
  • His options
    $1000: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $750: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC
Jaeman Salmon (Canterbury)
  • Grade 1 Crusher Tackle on Jackson Hastings (77 min)
  • Base penalty $2000
  • His options
    $2000: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $1500: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC
Reed Mahoney (Canterbury)
  • Grade 1 Contrary Conduct on Jack Hetherington (77 min)
  • Base penalty $1500
  • His options
    $1500: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    $1000: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC
Jack Hetherington (Newcastle)
  • Grade 2 Contrary Conduct on Reed Mahoney (77 min)
  • Base penalty 2 matches
  • His options
    2 matches: plea of no contest / guilty at judiciary
    1 match: guilty - early plea
  • PLEA: TBC

Cronulla v North Queensland​

No players charged

 

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