2021+ On & Off Season Misdemeanors

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Former Canberra Raiders star Mark McLinden was arrested by NSW Police after invading the pitch during Sunday’s NRL grand final between Parramatta and Penrith.

McLinden jumped the fence and onto the playing field at Accor Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park during the second half. He wore a yellow shirt with the words “End coal, gas & oil” on the front. “For our kids” was written on the back.


Former Canberra Raiders star Mark McLinden invaded the pitch as an environmental protest.
Former Canberra Raiders star Mark McLinden invaded the pitch as an environmental protest.© Getty and NRL Photos

McLinden, wearing football boots for grip, ran to the southern end of the ground and ripped off the Telstra advertising from a pad on the goal post.

He then stepped past several security guards and tried to rip the other Telstra sign from the adjacent pad.

In an attempt to avoid security guards, McLinden ran towards the other end of the field where Parramatta were attacking Penrith’s goal line.

He got 20m downfield before he was tackled by a guard, who escorted him from the field.
 

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and this ..

Former Canberra Raiders star Mark McLinden was arrested by NSW Police after invading the pitch during Sunday’s NRL grand final between Parramatta and Penrith.

McLinden jumped the fence and onto the playing field at Accor Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park during the second half. He wore a yellow shirt with the words “End coal, gas & oil” on the front. “For our kids” was written on the back.


Former Canberra Raiders star Mark McLinden invaded the pitch as an environmental protest.
Former Canberra Raiders star Mark McLinden invaded the pitch as an environmental protest.© Getty and NRL Photos

McLinden, wearing football boots for grip, ran to the southern end of the ground and ripped off the Telstra advertising from a pad on the goal post.

He then stepped past several security guards and tried to rip the other Telstra sign from the adjacent pad.

In an attempt to avoid security guards, McLinden ran towards the other end of the field where Parramatta were attacking Penrith’s goal line.

He got 20m downfield before he was tackled by a guard, who escorted him from the field.
He always had a fair running game
 
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At least the Mole described him correctly. Ch7 described him as ‘a rising nrl star’ LOL
 
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Disgraced former NRL player Jamil Hopoate was paid $7000 to act as a courier as part of a conspiracy to smuggle over $100m worth of drugs into Australia, a court has heard.

The son of rugby league bad boy John Hopoate on Tuesday appeared before a sentence hearing inside Sydney’s Downing District Court after he was caught in a police sting.

Hopoate was arrested in May 2021 after he climbed inside a truck linked to a massive cocaine haul - estimated by police to have a street value of $154m - at Port Botany in May 2021 before leading police on a brief chase.
 
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About a month old but possibly a welcome distraction for some..?


Former Gold Coast Titans player and coach Michael Gordon has avoided a conviction after being found guilty of two drug supply charges.

The 38-year-old was arrested at his Casuarina home in November 2020 as part of a sting targeting cocaine and MDMA supply across the NSW and Queensland border.

Gordon, who played 261 NRL matches for five clubs before retiring at the end of 2019, was charged with two counts of supplying a prohibited drug and two counts of possessing a prohibited drug.

He pleaded guilty to the drug possession charges and they were dismissed when he appeared in Tweed Head Local Court on Thursday.

He pleaded not guilty to the supply charges, but after magistrate Geoff Dunlevy found the charges proven he imposed conditional release orders of one and two years respectively.
 
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Danny Williams, former North Sydney and Melb player has been convicted of glassing a woman at the Oaks, Neutral Bay.

Williams smashed a beer glass on the woman's head, after she complained about his loud singing and swearing while she and 2 friends were watching a basketball game in the pub's sports bar on Oct 1.

He pleaded guilty in Manly court to assault occasioning actual bodily harm ... and wait for it ... got an 18 month community correction order to be of good behaviour and fined $1000.
 
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Danny Williams, former North Sydney and Melb player has been convicted of glassing a woman at the Oaks, Neutral Bay.

Williams smashed a beer glass on the woman's head, after she complained about his loud singing and swearing while she and 2 friends were watching a basketball game in the pub's sports bar on Oct 1.

He pleaded guilty in Manly court to assault occasioning actual bodily harm ... and wait for it ... got an 18 month community correction order to be of good behaviour and fined $1000.
Not surprised. He always looked like a wanted criminal.

Ugly prick:
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Danny Williams, former North Sydney and Melb player has been convicted of glassing a woman at the Oaks, Neutral Bay.

Williams smashed a beer glass on the woman's head, after she complained about his loud singing and swearing while she and 2 friends were watching a basketball game in the pub's sports bar on Oct 1.

He pleaded guilty in Manly court to assault occasioning actual bodily harm ... and wait for it ... got an 18 month community correction order to be of good behaviour and fined $1000.
He's got a history of cheap shots but that's a new low even for him.
 
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I seem to recall he was the first player in the game’s history to make 100 FG appearances from the interchange bench.

Very much a ‘mixed bag’ of a career.
 
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Today we're going to learn about the number 18.
18 years ago, Melbourne Storm veteran Danny Williams is suspended for 18 weeks for a King hit on Wests Tigers Mark O'Neill.
Today Danny has received an 18 month community corrections order for smashing a glass over a woman's head on October 1st.
Danny's also has an IQ of 18
Don't be like Danny
 

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