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    McGuire faces ban after charge for pulling Dog's hair



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    Fri 3 Aug 2018, 01:45 PM




    Brisbane forward Josh McGuire is facing a suspension after he was charged by the NRL match review committee for contrary conduct.

    McGuire was handed a grade-one charge for a 24th-minute incident in Brisbane's loss to Canterbury on Thursday night after appearing to pull the hair of Bulldogs lock Adam Elliott.

    He will miss next Thursday's clash with the Cowboys if he submits an early guilty plea but risks a two-match ban if he takes on the judiciary.

    There was a similar incident two weeks ago in which footage showed McGuire pulling a similar stunt on Panthers forward Corey Harawira-Naera but the Broncos lock was not charged after that game.


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    What a low cowardly act

    Typical of McGuire...He is a ****ing grub
     
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    Hair pulling is something only grubs do.

    He should have been suspended last time.


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    Warriors duo facing bans after dangerous contact charges


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    Sun 5 Aug 2018, 03:50 PM



    Warriors forwards Bunty Afoa and Sam Lisone are each facing a suspension after being charged by the NRL match review committee over incidents in Saturday's upset over St George Illawarra at WIN Stadium.

    Afoa will be handed a one-match ban unless he beats a grade-one charge for dangerous contact -to the head/neck in the 47th minute on Dragons forward Leeson Ah Mau.

    Lisone is looking at 2-3 matches after being handed the same charge for an incident in the 64th minute involving Tariq Sims.

    Roosters prop Jared Waerea-Hargreaves will receive a fine of $1350 if he submits an early guilty plea for a 19th-minute careless high tackle on Cowboys veteran Kane Linnett.

    Earlier in the round, Brisbane forward Josh McGuire was charged by the NRL match review committee for contrary conduct.

    McGuire was handed a grade-one charge for a 24th-minute incident in Brisbane's loss to Canterbury on Thursday night after appearing to pull the hair of Bulldogs lock Adam Elliott.

    He will miss next Thursday's clash with the Cowboys if he submits an early guilty plea but risks a two-match ban if he takes on the judiciary.

    There was a similar incident two weeks ago in which footage showed McGuire pulling a similar stunt on Panthers forward Corey Harawira-Naera but the Broncos lock was not charged after that game.

    Meanwhile, Wests Tigers forward Sauaso Sue can avoid a suspension if he enters an early plea over a grade one dangerous contact charge over a tackle on Newcastle fullback Kalyn Ponga on Friday night.


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    McGuire, Lisone cop suspensions; Afoa to face judiciary


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    Mon 6 Aug 2018, 03:31 PM



    Brisbane forward Josh McGuire has received a one-match suspension after pleading guilty to a contrary conduct charge, while Warriors forward Sam Lisone has been suspended for two matches.

    McGuire was handed a grade-one charge for a 24th-minute incident in Brisbane's loss to Canterbury on Thursday night after pulling the hair of Bulldogs lock Adam Elliott.

    There was a similar incident two weeks ago in which footage showed McGuire pulling a similar stunt on Panthers forward Corey Harawira-Naera but the Broncos lock was not charged after that game.

    Warriors forwards Bunty Afoa and Sam Lisone are each facing a suspension after being charged by the NRL match review committee over incidents in Saturday's upset over St George Illawarra at WIN Stadium.

    Afoa will front the judiciary on Tuesday night to challenge a possible one-match ban for dangerous contact to the head/neck in the 47th minute on Dragons forward Leeson Ah Mau.

    Lisone has accepted a two-match suspension after being handed the same charge for an incident in the 64th minute involving Tariq Sims.

    Roosters prop Jared Waerea-Hargreaves will receive a fine of $1350 if he submits an early guilty plea for a 19th-minute careless high tackle on Cowboys veteran Kane Linnett.

    Meanwhile, Wests Tigers forward Sauaso Sue has avoided a suspension after entering an early plea over a grade one dangerous contact charge over a tackle on Newcastle fullback Kalyn Ponga on Friday night.


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    Taumalolo facing suspension for shoulder charge


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    Fri 10 Aug 2018, 12:37 PM



    Cowboys lock Jason Taumalolo is facing one to two weeks on the sidelines due to a shoulder charge on Jamayne Isaako in his team's 34-30 win over Brisbane on Thursday night.

    Taumalolo would miss one game with an early plea or two with an unsuccessful challenge. He would need to successfully challenge the charge at the judiciary to be available to face Cronulla next Saturday.

    His teammate Te Maire Martin was also cited; his 25th minute challenge on Matt Lodge in which his knees contacted Lodge's head attracted a grade one dangerous contact charge but he can escape suspension with an early plea.

    Broncos forward Tevita Pangai jnr was the third player cited from the game. His 46th minute effort on Jason Taumalolo also attracted a grade one dangerous contact charge and he can also escape suspension with an early plea.


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    Panthers forward Jack Hetherington is facing as much as three weeks on the sidelines due to a careless high tackle charge on AJ Brimson in his team's dramatic win over the Titans on Saturday.

    Hetherington was charged with a grade-one careless high tackle for his hit on the Gold Coast fullback.

    A player with a clean record can escape with a fine if it's their first offence but due to Hetherington's poor record - two similar offences in the past two years and three non-similar offences - he will get two matches with an early guilty plea or three if he unsuccessfully challenges the judiciary.


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    Taumalolo cops suspension, Hetherington pays for poor record


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    Mon 13 Aug 2018, 01:58 PM



    Cowboys lock Jason Taumalolo will spend a week on the sidelines due to a shoulder charge on Jamayne Isaako in his team's 34-30 win over Brisbane on Thursday night.

    Taumalolo will miss one game after entering an early plea. He risked a two-match ban if he unsuccessfully challenged the charge at the judiciary.

    His teammate Te Maire Martin was also cited; his 25th minute challenge on Matt Lodge in which his knees contacted Lodge's head attracted a grade one dangerous contact charge but he has escaped suspension with an early plea.

    Panthers forward Jack Hetherington has received a two-match ban for a careless high tackle charge on AJ Brimson in his team's dramatic win over the Titans on Saturday.

    Hetherington was charged with a grade-one careless high tackle for his hit on the Gold Coast fullback.

    A player with a clean record can escape with a fine if it's their first offence but due to Hetherington's poor record - two similar offences in the past two years and three non-similar offences - he will get two matches with an early guilty plea.

    Broncos forward Tevita Pangai jnr was the third player cited from the game. His 46th minute effort on Taumalolo also attracted a grade one dangerous contact charge and he has escaped suspension with an early plea.

    Raiders hooker Josh Hodgson will be free to play if he enters an early plea for a grade one dangerous throw on Wests Tigers forward Luke Garner.


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    Will Chambers facing three-match ban


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    Sat 18 Aug 2018, 03:06 PM



    Melbourne Storm centre Will Chambers is facing a three-match suspension for a dangerous tackle on Parramatta's Jarryd Hayne, and could miss five matches if he unsuccessfully fights the charge at the judiciary.

    Chambers has been charged with making dangerous contact to the head or neck of Hayne in a 37th-minute tackle in Melbourne's 20-4 win over the Eels on Friday night.

    The grade three charge and 50% loading from a prior similar offence in the past two years, plus a 20% loading for a non-similar offence, means Chambers will receive 382 points for a guilty plea, resulting in a three-game suspension.

    It means the Maroons and Kangaroos centre is set to miss the final two rounds of the Telstra Premiership regular season plus week one of the finals.


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    Melbourne consider downgrade option for Chambers crusher tackle


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    Sun 19 Aug 2018, 02:44 PM



    Melbourne are considering seeking a downgrade for Will Chambers' crusher tackle on Jarryd Hayne but the closeness of the NRL finals is even making that decision difficult.

    An early plea means a three-match penalty and NRL.com understands Chambers is not contesting the fact he made an illegal tackle on Hayne but the severity of the charge has left him reeling.

    If Storm's counsel Nick Ghabar is unsuccessful at having the grade three dangerous contact charge lowered, then Chambers runs the risk of a five-match suspension.

    The grade three charge and 50% loading from a prior similar offence in the past two years, plus a 20% loading for a non-similar offence.

    Losing any appeal could mean the end of the Test centre's season – the two club rounds left of the Telstra Premiership season and if Storm finished top-four and won the its first final, that would see Chambers miss the Preliminary Final and NRL Grand Final to complete the five games.

    Ghabar has had great success at the NRL judiciary getting Canberra's Jack Wighton and South Sydney's Sam Burgess off a shoulder charges over the past two years, while having players like Joel Thompson and Josh Jackson cleared to play by getting charges downgraded.

    Ghabar has met with the Storm already over the Chambers case and will meet with football manager Frank Ponissi and Chambers again on Sunday before a plea is given to the NRL by the 12pm Monday deadline.

    Ponissi said Chambers' opinion would play a central part of whether an appeal is mounted over the 37th minute crusher tackle on Hayne in Friday night's 20-4 win over the Eels.

    A scroll back through judiciary records show Chambers is the first player in two years to be hit with a grade three for this type of offence, so Melbourne would have a few videos to select from showing grade two dangerous contact tackles.

    But their quandary is whether to take that comparison step because losing is too high a price to pay.

    Ponissi said Chambers had been through "a cocktail of emotions" since Friday night.


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    Storm accept Chambers crusher tackle ban; Cordner charged


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    Mon 20 Aug 2018, 11:16 AM



    The Melbourne Storm have opted not to risk losing international centre Will Chambers for the Telstra Premiership finals series and will plead guilty to his dangerous tackle charge on Parramatta's Jarryd Hayne in Friday night's 20-4 win over the Eels.

    Meanwhile Sydney Roosters star Boyd Cordner will avoid suspension with an early plea for a grade one dangerous throw.

    Taking the early plea means Chambers will miss the remaining two club games – Titans and Panthers – and the first week of the NRL finals.

    But he will be able to take his place at right centre for the remaining three weeks of the play-offs.

    The 30-year-old held more talks with Storm officials and lawyer Nick Ghabar on Monday and decided the risk of him missing the rest of the season was too great.

    Chambers has played seven Tests for Australia and 10 games for Queensland, and his just too valuable a piece of rugby league property to miss the big games up ahead.

    Cordner was charged for a dangerous throw on Raiders forward Luke Bateman in Sunday's loss in Canberra, but with a clean record and a grade one charge he can avoid suspension with an early guilty plea.


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    Pangai, Granville, Vave facing charges


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    Sun 26 Aug 2018, 03:19 PM



    Tevita Pangai jnr has been charged with grade-one contrary conduct after Brisbane's win over the Sydney Roosters.

    Pangai will attract a fine of $1400 for an early guilty plea or he could cop an $1800 fine if he challenges the charge.

    Parramatta forward Siosaia Vave and Cowboys hooker Jake Granville have both been hit with dangerous contact charges from North Queensland's win over the Eels on Friday night.

    Vave was charged over a tackle in the first minute of the match on Cowboys prop Jordan McLean, while Granville was charged with making dangerous contact to the head or neck of Eels winger George Jennings midway through the first half.

    With clean recent records, both Vave and Granville can escape suspension if they enter early guilty pleas.



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    Dylan Napa has been charged with grade-three dangerous contact for his controversial hit on Andrew McCullough.

    The Roosters prop will be banned for three matches if he enters an early guilty plea but would miss four games if he unsuccessfully challenges the judiciary.

    Napa would sit out the first two weeks of the finals if he takes the early plea.

    He could potentially not play again if he loses out at the judiciary even if the Roosters make the grand final as they could play just three matches in the playoffs if they maintain their top-four spot and win in the first week of the post-season.


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    Pangai, Granville, Vave, Napa plead guilty


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    Mon 27 Aug 2018, 01:09 PM



    Siosaia Vave, Jake Granville, Tevita Pangai jnr and Dylan Napa have all taken early guilty pleas after being charged by the NRL judiciary.

    Vave, Granville and Pangai jnr won't miss a match, while Napa will miss three matches after the Roosters prop pleaded guilty to a grade three dangerous contact charge.

    Eels prop Vave was left with 75 carryover points following a dangerous contact charge arising from a first-minute incident involving Cowboys prop Jordan McLean on Friday night.

    Cowboys hooker Granville also pleaded guilty to a grade one dangerous contact charge following an incident involving Parramatta winger George Jennings. He will also have 75 carryover points.

    Brisbane forward Pangai jnr was handed a $1400 fine after a second-minute incident involving Roosters lock Victor Radley.

    Napa will miss this week's clash with Parramatta and the Roosters' first two finals matches after pleading guilty to a grade three dangerous contact charge following his hit on Brisbane hooker Andrew McCullough on Saturday night.


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