Judiciary Charges 2019

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  1. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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  3. Delboy

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    Do you really think he should not have been charged, not a fan of either team,but always looked to have been a chargeable offence.

    Nothing to with the players name of club, just a very poor illegal sttempted block.
     
  4. MrBlack

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    That charge sheet could have read

    minute of season 1st

    instead of minute of match......

    2 weeks is about right from what I saw.
     
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  5. SBD82

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    I’m not a broncos fan, but it just seems that they are constantly faced with adversity.
     
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    It's hard being at such a disadvantage.
     
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    Have to agree. I don’t think any group of people throughout human history have faced as much adversity as the Broncos.
     
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  9. gerg

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    Every single time a Storm player kicked the ball they were thrown to the ground after kicking it. Not chargeable offences, but grubby nonetheless. Seemed to be a clear tactic.
    On topic: Lodge is a grub, more at 5.
     
  10. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    WHOOSH
     
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    There were a few of them that were so late (not dangerous, just late) they could have been penalised for tackling a player without the ball.
     
  12. gerg

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    Agreed. I remember one on Smith late in the match where he was grabbed and wrestled for 10 seconds and then flung to the ground. I was expecting a dustup.
     
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    Intentional, late and dangerous.
    No attempt to pull out or mitigate.

    I don't care who the grub plays for or who he did it to (I'd be saying exactly the same if it was say Bromwich on Nikorima) we need to get that shit out of the game.
    Should have been a sin bin (they can do that now for dangerous play) at least or send off.
     
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    Couldn't agree more, shoving a bloke over after he kicks isn't "gamesmanship" - it's just a pointless dick move. Would not be unhappy to see a Storm player penalised for it either.
     
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    Intentional? Maybe. But hard to prove.

    Late? No.

    Dangerous? Absolutely. And on this basis he deserves the suspension that he has coming his way.
     
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    What do you mean not late? Watch the video again. Munster had kicked the ball before Lodge dived. It was well gone before he made contact.

    And that's why I still think it was intentional. Lodge had plenty of time. He could easily have pulled out, or kept running and wrapped his arms around Munster. But no, he dived at the legs. That's no accident. It's not a misjudgement. It's not careless or reckless - it's a deliberate choice.
     
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  17. SBD82

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    I had another look. I don’t think it was late. If he hits him in the shoulder I don’t think there’s an issue.

    I see what you mean about diving at the legs though. Strong case for deliberate.
     
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  18. Saxon

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    Piss funny comment from Gillett.

    According to nrl.com he said:
    He was "a bit rattled" by it. Wow. I imagine the poor bloke was quite shaken after bashing a couple of people, a home invasion and trying to smash his way through a locked door to get a screaming woman and child.
     
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    "This is the night you dive" at Munsters knees.
     
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    adversity
     

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