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Judiciary Penalty for tripping

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Snoz, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. Snoz

    Snoz Member

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    Plus 20% loading on base for prior non-similar offence

    Plus carry-over points

    Less 25% discount on base for early plea

    I think he has 20 carry overs so if grade 1 (correct me if my maths is wrong) i get 91 points and therefore doesn't miss a week. I would be tempted to fight it so he wipes all carry overs for the finals.

    Grade 2 early plea = 186 or 1 week

    Grade 3 early plea = 281 or 2 weeks

    Grade 4 early early plea = 376 or 3 weeks

    Grade 5 early plea = 471 or 4 weeks

    History of tripping charge

    Luke Bailey got off last year but stuck leg out and no contact

    Luke Covell got a grade 1

    Gareth Ellis got a grade 1 for a trip on Matty Orford

    Looks to be only 1 week at most for Matai!!
     
  2. The Eagle

    The Eagle Well-Known Member

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  3. swoop

    swoop Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    It wasn't a straight out trip, matai tried to grab him with his arms but missed.
     
  4. Snoz

    Snoz Member

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    he will still get a grade one cause the leg touched first
     
  5. Cameron

    Cameron Cambo Premium Member

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    You need 2 of darrens degrees to werk that out lol
     
  6. Darren

    Darren Well-Known Member

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    the spelling is work Cam! Also, its 3 degrees (all with Distinction) at present I have a Masters. If I do my PHD you can call me Doctor!:D;):dodgy:
     
  7. chris_niko

    chris_niko Active Member

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    the worst thing steves done is be himself. being steve matai automatically means an extended stint on the sidelines
     
  8. Sheikheagle

    Sheikheagle Well-Known Member

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    Totally agree swoop it was just a clumsy tackle I cant see intent there.
     
  9. Cameron

    Cameron Cambo Premium Member

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    Does jase tutor you lol :)
     
  10. Rex

    Rex Well-Known Member

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    If Brissy lost on Monday you'd rather Matai challenges even if he lost the challenge. The result of the Melb game would then be academic anyway and Matai having a week off at this stage wouldn't be a bad result for his neck/shoulder.

    All the Fox sports hysteria about it being dangerous is ludicrous. You see 20 far worse ones than that in soccer every game. And we ridicule them for being pussies. The Fox sports commentators have totally lost the plot.
     
  11. Sheikheagle

    Sheikheagle Well-Known Member

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    I am just watching a replay of the game now braybrook is a ****ing wanker and so anti manly. Its hard to believe he worked on the northern beaches at the commonwealth bank during the 80's
     
  12. EagleRock40

    EagleRock40 Well-Known Member

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    There wasn't a whole lot in the incident. Seemed like he just lost his balance and fell into the tackle with his leg. If he faces the judiciary he'd be crazy not to fight the charge.
     
  13. drower

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    He'll get 2 weeks as we play News limited teams over the next 2 weeks
     
  14. Phantar

    Phantar Well-Known Member

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    I think you'll find he grew up in or aroud Mona Vale. His dad was the referee Dennis Braybrook.

    They were Norths supporters, but like so many of those hypocritical vermin, they still chose to live on the Northern Beaches.
     
  15. tookey

    tookey Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    He was a knob in the bank back then and still is. Had the misfortune of sitting at his table at a wedding and he couldn't stop talking about how good he was all night. Boring as bat ****.
     
  16. The Gronk

    The Gronk Well-Known Member

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    If they give you a PhD, I'm giving mine back in protest.
     
  17. Dan

    Dan Administrator Staff Member Administrator 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Nothing in it for mine and a penalty would have been enough, though given the fact he wasn't penalised he will probably get a week. For mine it wasn't an intentional trip, he didn't really lead with the foot, was just a completely uncoordinated tackle attempt
     
  18. Ralphie

    Ralphie Well-Known Member Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Agreed, it was just a bloke making a desperate tackle. The problem is his name is Matai, not Pritchard so I think he will go down on this one.
     
  19. jbb/james

    jbb/james Well-Known Member

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    If they continue with this Manly should get Geoff Bellew in charge of this. The judiciary are so out of there depth when it comes to legalities in denying a persons right to earn, they invariably get off.

    If not we have 2 other options. Start another the game has gone soft campaign, or get mal meninga to chuck a wobbly.

    Its a proven formula
     
  20. the mauler

    the mauler Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Just read on smh site, that the judiciary panel have to prove that the trip was deliberate to find Matai guilty. The vision iv seen there's no way that it was intentional, more accidental.
    Then again I might be a liitle biased.
     

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