Discussion in 'General Rugby League' started by rhugh89, Oct 20, 2017.
All news regarding the Judiciary and MRC for season 2018
Kevin Proctor accused of squirrel grip in Raiders winger Jordan Rapana
Well roughie he certainly has his hand on the trunk, so to speak!
Should be penalised for hand on the ball(s)
Could be nicknamed “the proctologist” with that photo
Bronco Su'A suspended over shoulder charge
Mon 12 Mar 2018, 12:55 PM
Brisbane Broncos forward Jaydn Su'A has received a one-match suspension for a shoulder charge on Dragons prop Paul Vaughan on Thursday night.
Su'A entered an early guilty plea to the charge, arising from a hit in the 76th minute of the Dragons' 34-12 win, which carried a 180-point penalty.
He will miss this weekend's clash with the North Queensland Cowboys and will have 80 carryover points to his name.
Judiciary charges: Aaron Woods charged
Sat 17 Mar 2018, 02:22 PM
Canterbury Bulldogs prop Aaron Woods was charged by the NRL Match Review Committee for dangerous contact.
The contact was on Sydney Roosters forward Isaac Liu in the fifth minute of the game.
With an early guilty plea, Aaron Woods will be free to play next week.
Sam Burgess hit with a grade 1 dangerous contact charge, With an early guilty plea he won't miss a game
Aaron Woods and Sam Burgess both took the early guilty plea so they are free to play this weekend
Daniel Alvaro has been charged with a Grade 1 Dangerous contact chrage, DCE Has also been charged with a grade 1 dangerous throw
DCE and Alvaro both took the early plea so they are free to play
From Fox Sports
THE Warriors are facing the prospect of being without two of their most damaging forwards for next Saturday’s clash with the Roosters after both Adam Blair and Sam Lisone were charged by the match review committee on Sunday.
As players and fans were still getting over the shock of the 20-19 win over Canberra on Saturday sealed by Shaun Johnson’s two field goals in the final two minutes, Blair was charged for dangerous contact in the seventh minute and Lisone two counts of dangerous contact in the closing minutes of the game.
Incredibly, all three charges stemmed from incidents involving Raiders five-eighth Aidan Sezer.
Blair was sin-binned for a late shoulder charge into the back of Sezer early in the game, the sixth penalty the Warriors had conceded in the opening eight minutes.
Warriors prop Sam Lisone faces a possible two-match ban for raising his elbow on Sezer twice in as many minutes late in their NRL match on Saturday.
The incidents add further controversy to the Warriors’ last-gasp win, given neither incident was penalised and the Raiders conceded field goals at the end of both sets.
Shaun Johnson’s second field goal gave the Warriors a one-point win. Both of Lisone’s carries came off kickoffs, with his charge in the 78th minute forcing Sezer to grab his neck before playing on.
However, the second hit-up one minute later ended with Sezer collapsing to the ground and momentarily holding his neck before scrambling back to join the defensive line.
While the on-field referees didn’t pick up either incident, the NRL match review committee deemed the contact worthy to charge Lisone for a grade one dangerous contact to the head.
Taking the early guilty plea on both will result in a one-game suspension.
Sezer was also the victim of a late shot in the back from Adam Blair which resulted in the Warriors forward being sin-binned in the 7th minute.
Blair has been issued with a grade one dangerous contact charge but despite prior non-similar offence in the last two years, will be free to play next weekend if he takes the early guilty plea.
Five players charged from Sunday's matches
Mon 26 Mar 2018, 12:25 PM
Five players have been charged by the NRL match review committee from Sunday's round three matches, but all five can escape suspensions with early guilty pleas.
Titans duo Ryan James and Keegan Hipgrave are both set to receive 90 carryover points if they plead guilty to dangerous contact charges, while Gold Coast halfback Ash Taylor is facing a fine for a grade one tripping charge.
Dragons forwards Tariq Sims and Leeson Ah Mau are both facing fines for grade one careless high tackles.
Tripping is only a fine that's wrong should be baseline 200pts
Yeah I hate it, Tripping is a dog act and dangerous
Everything is becoming a fine the NRL are cash strapped it would seem.
Don't mind them fining players but all offences should incur some points towards record or automatic suspension as well as the fine
NRL Judiciary Results: Lisone, Hipgrave suspended
Tue 27 Mar 2018, 12:12 PM
Warriors forward Sam Lisone has received a one-match suspension after pleading guilty to two dangerous contact charges from last week's win over Canberra, while the Gold Coast's Keegan Hipgrave has also received a one-match ban over a dangerous contact charge.
All other players charged by the match review committee this week are free to play in round four.
Burgess, Chambers facing suspensions from Friday matches
Sat 31 Mar 2018, 01:23 PM
After an ugly incident at the end of the Cronulla's win over the Melbourne Storm on Good Friday, Storm centre Will Chambers faces a minimum two-week suspension.
Chambers was charged with making dangerous contact with the head/neck of Sharks captain Paul Gallen.
Even with an early guilty plea, Chambers would still miss two weeks for his charge.
Also facing a suspension is South Sydney Rabbitohs forward Sam Burgess for a dangerous contact charge over a hit on Canterbury Bulldogs centre Josh Morris. Burgess will miss at least one week with an early guilty plea but will miss two weeks if he goes to the judiciary and loses.
Burgess may challenge his charge; he posted a photo on Twitter on Saturday afternoon of Cowboys star Jason Taumalolo's clash with Penrith's Isaah Yeo on Thursday night in which the Panthers forward copped a heavy knock.
Dale Finucane will not miss any games should he take the early plea for his dangerous contact charge and Bulldogs winger Marcelo Montoya has been fined for contrary conduct.
- Sam Burgess will challenge his Grade 1 Dangerous Contact charge
- Marcelo Montoya has taken the early plea and is free to play this weekend
- Dale Finucane has pleaded guilty and will miss 1 game
- Will Chambers is yet to enter a plea on his Grade 2 Dangerous Contact charge
Storm duo Chambers, Finucane suspended
Tue 3 Apr 2018, 11:23 AM
Melbourne Storm centre Will Chambers has received a two-match ban while teammate Dale Finucane will serve a one-match suspension following the team's loss to Cronulla on Good Friday.
Chambers pleaded guilty to a grade two dangerous contact charge while Finucane – who is set to be sidelined for a month with a fractured thumb – entered a no contest to his grade one dangerous contact charge.
Elsewhere Bulldogs winger Marcelo Montoya (contrary conduct) and Knights forward Jamie Buhrer (careless high tackle) both received fines of $1100 after entering early guilty pleas, while Rabbitohs forward Sam Burgess will challenge his dangerous contact charge over a hit on Bulldogs centre Josh Morris at the judiciary on Tuesday night.
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