Posts Tagged "NRL judiciary"

Once again the failure of the NRL Judiciary astounds us as they fail in their charter to protect the player group from harmful intent, and the reputation of the game.

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It’s another day, another controversy in Rugby League Land.

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League’s match review committee let the game’s officials down badly last night, with the decision to clear Canterbury enforcer David Klemmer from his charge of making illegal contact with a referee.

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David Klemmer has enjoyed a successful visit to the NRL judiciary for the second time this year, after being found not guilty of making illegal contact with referee Ben Cummins.

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South Sydney prop George Burgess is facing a two-match ban for allegedly throwing a water bottle at Sydney Roosters prop Kane Evans.

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Irrespective of your team’s colours, you know the NRL judiciary is, let’s say, inconsistent.

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The NRL judiciary immediately thought of compromise when punishing Paul Gallen’s actions in Origin 1.

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A South Australian magistrate interviewed on ABC radio has adopted a unique method of imposing sentences. On occasions he has invited the victims to meet with him and, if appropriate, the offender to work out a mutually acceptable penalty with his mediation.

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Tony Williams seven weeks? I had to clean out my ears, go to the optometrist, and check that everything was functioning correctly.

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Exactly what were the NRL judiciary looking at when they ruled that serial offender Steve Matai had no case to answer for after sliding into a defenseless Jharal Yow Yeh on Friday night?

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Members of the NRL judiciary have accepted a six-figure financial settlement from Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy and former chief executive Brian Waldron, ending defamation proceedings stemming from a post-match press conference before the 2008 grand final.

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