Dan - didnt think this was worthy of a front page gig Laurie stood down after assault chargeSeptember 16, 2009 - 11:39AM Wests Tigers have stood down Daine Laurie after he was charged with common assault by NSW Police over a domestic incident which occurred late Wednesday night. The promising 25-year-old prop forward has been stood down from all club activities pending a police investigation. "The board has made the decision to stand Daine Laurie down for an indefinite period," said Tigers chief executive Stephen Humphreys. "There is a need to allow the proper legal processes to run their course but we also believe standing Daine down is the appropriate course of action considering the best interest of all parties concerned. "The club is working with authorities on the matter and is committed to providing support and counselling to all parties. "The club enforces a strict code of conduct for all of its employees and is totally opposed to any action that places the health, safety and wellbeing of any individual in jeopardy." Laurie has played 20 NRL games since his debut in 2008, 10 games in each season.