Judiciary Charges 2019

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  1. lockyno1

    lockyno1 Immortal

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    If anything he should have got 6. I’m over players deliberately (and don’t tell me they don’t know exactly what they are doing) going straight for kickers legs.
     
  2. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    Other charges from the weekend to date:

    Latrell Mitchell (Roosters). 55th minute, Grade 1 Careless High Tackle on Sam Burgess.
    Base penalty $1,500 fine
    40% loading for two non-similar prior offences.
    Guilty / no contest $2,100 fine
    Early guilty plea $1,650
    OUTCOME: Early plea, $1,650 fine

    Addin Fonua-Blake (Sea Eagles). 8th minute, Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (other) on Benji Marshall.
    Base penalty 100 points
    20% loading for one non-similar prior offences.
    Guilty / no contest 120 points (one match)
    Early guilty plea 90 points (no suspension)
    OUTCOME: To be decided

    Addin Fonua-Blake (Sea Eagles). 36th minute, Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (other) on Russell Packer.
    Base penalty 100 points
    20% loading for one non-similar prior offences.
    Guilty / no contest 120 points (one match)
    Early guilty plea 90 points (no suspension)
    OUTCOME: To be decided

    Joel Thompson (Sea Eagles). 52nd minute, Grade 1 Tripping on Corey Thompson.
    Base penalty $1,500 fine
    20% loading for one non-similar prior offences.
    Guilty / no contest $1,800 fine
    Early guilty plea $1,350 fine
    OUTCOME: To be decided

    https://leagueunlimited.com/news/32908-mondays-expert-weekend-wrap/
     
  3. Mr Angry

    Mr Angry Not a Referee

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    Cheers Tim
     
  4. lockyno1

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    That’s a grade 1 high tackle for Mitchell?

    Bit fortunate
     
  5. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    From yesterday:

    Waqa Blake (Panthers). 59th minute, Grade 1 Contrary Conduct on Mitch Moses
    Base penalty $1,500 fine
    20% loading for one non-similar prior offence.
    Guilty / no contest $1,800 fine
    Early guilty plea $1,350 fine
    OUTCOME: To be decided

    Michael Jennings (Eels). 54th minute, Grade 2 Careless High Tackle on Isaah Yeo
    Base penalty 150 points
    No loading (no similar or non-similar prior offences last 2 years)
    Guilty / no contest 150 points (one match)
    Early guilty plea 112 points (one match)
    OUTCOME: To be decided

    https://leagueunlimited.com/news/32908-mondays-expert-weekend-wrap/
     
  6. Bring back John Fifita

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    Re Lodge - I think 2 weeks is fair enough. However i do believe it wasn't intentional - he was genuinely going for the torso not Munster's legs. I couldn't find an image on line to show it, so I took a pic of video. The white blur above Munsters flouro boot is the ball off the kick. Lodge is bracing (in my mind) to take the torso.

    If he gets him a split second earlier, he pulls off a great tackle and spoils a bomb where the ball could have ended up anywhere.

    Instead he's not quick enough and gets him a split second after, already bracing to tackle but with Munster naturally springing in the air. It put Munster in a horrible position and fortunate not to get injured on his landing. He ended up getting his legs in the end and thus is dangerous.




    Lodge Munster.jpg
     
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  7. azza29

    azza29 Juniors

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    I guess the problem here is that a tackle doesn't have to be deliberately dangerous to hurt someone, and intent is almost impossible to prove.
     
  8. thorson1987

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    Imo if you have been sin binned for an offence that you then get charged for the points should be deducted in someway as you have already had some form of punishment.
     
  9. AJB1102

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    Actually it stops him leading the chase and putting other defenders onside.
     
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  10. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    Both Manly players have gone the early plea - Thompson cops the fine, Fonua-Blake misses a week.
     
  11. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    And both Jennings (Parra, 1 game) & Blake (Penrith, fine) take the early plea
     
  12. Big Pete

    Big Pete Referee

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    The Grade 2 charge was fair for Lodge. As BBJF pointed out, while Lodge may not have intended for the tackle to turn out the way that it did, the end result was that the tackle was dangerous and halves need all the protection they can get.

    I'm surprised Fonua-Blake was only charged with a grade one when he actually tucked his arm into his body and launched himself at Marshall late. I would have thought that was as bad if not worse than the Lodge attempt because Lodge was at least attempting to wrap his arm around Munster.

    The annoying thing is that nobody from the Match Review Committee will come out and explain why one offence is a Grade 1 and another is a Grade 2, so it's all left to speculation.
     
  13. firechild

    firechild First Grade

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    Should have been given a medal.
     
  14. Captain Apollo

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    Liam Knight has been charged for the Rabbitohs -

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    No other players were charged from Thursday night's game.

    Source: https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/03/22/round-2-nrl-judiciary-charges/

    p.s. To the moderators, I hadn't realised this thread was for all charges for 2019, I'd thought it was only for Round 1. Your private comments noted for future reference. :)
     
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  15. OzDragon

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    Should have gotten 5 weeks for that.
     
  16. skeepe

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    That’s a very light sentence, that was grubby as hell.
     
  17. Vic Mackey

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    1 week with an early guilty plea, what a joke. That was the worst one I’ve seen.
     
  18. azza29

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    Graham is lucky to have avoided a severe injury. Surprising it wasn't at least a grade 3 charge to "send a message" early in the season.
     
  19. yobbo84

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    He is very loose. Think it won't be his last charge of 2019.

    Very interested to see if Tom Amone gets a run next week.
     
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