Dunley charged - 3 weeks

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  1. Matabele

    By:MatabeleMay 23, 2005
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    Charges are as follows:

    Shane Dunley, Sea Eagles
    Charged with grade five contrary conduct on the Eels' PJ Marsh.
    *An early guilty plea would see him sidelined for three matches.

    Ryan Hoffman, Storm
    Charged with a grade one dangerous throw on the Bulldogs' Tony Grimaldi.
    *Hoffman faces a one-match ban if he enters an early guilty plea.

    Cooper Cronk, Storm
    Charged with a grade two dangerous throw on the Bulldogs' Adam Brideson.
    *Faces a two-match suspension if he makes an early guilty plea.

    Lance Thompson, Dragons
    Charged with a grade one careless high tackle on the Knights' Jarrod Muller.
    *A clean record means Thompson will not be suspended over the incident but will reduce his carry-over penalty points if he makes an early guilty plea.

    Craig Smith, Knights
    Charged with a grade one careless high tackle on the Dragons' Michael Henderson.
    *Will escape suspension if he enters an early guilty plea.

    Josh Perry, Knights
    Charged with a grade two reckless high tackle on the Dragons' Michael Henderson.
    *Two prior offences on his record mean he faces five weeks on the sideline if he enters an early guilty plea.

    Paul Gallen, Sharks
    Charged with a grade one careless high tackle on the Panthers' Joel Clinton.
    *Will escape suspension if he makes an early guilty plea for the charge.

    Adam Mogg, Raiders
    Charged with a grade one dangerous throw on Wests Tigers' Liam Fulton.
    *An early guilty plea will see him sidelined for two matches.
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  2. Canteen Worker

    By:Canteen WorkerMay 23, 2005
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    I haven't seen the tele footage of this but if Dunley is guilty he is a fool! His discipline snaps are becoming very costly. He is a great dummy half runner who has stood tall this season but his silly penalties and stupidity is spoiling his game!
     
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    By:FluffyMay 23, 2005
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    I watched the game tonight - it didnt look intentional, he has an obvious peed off pace when angry and did not have it on then. Just looked casual. If he gets charged then he is an idiot more than anything.
     
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    By:CC_EagleMay 24, 2005
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    I didn't think Perry's handbag swung that hard to deserve 5 weeks.

    Ah well, the guy's a cat never the less..
     
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    By:bysoMay 24, 2005
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    Dunley is fighting the charge. I hope he doesn't spit the dummy!
     
  6. Matabele

    By:MatabeleMay 24, 2005
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    The NRL is barking ****ing mad.

    I wonder if Dunley has the blood test results from round One back yet? (Speaking of contrary conduct).
     
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    By:FluffyMay 24, 2005
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    Long forgotton mata - remember he plays for manly so deserves it.

    Spitting on someone on purpose has no place - accidentily then i would think its worth a warning - ie about 80 points.

    He has announced that he will contest it as he does not want to be labelled a spitter.
     
  8. Matabele

    By:MatabeleMay 24, 2005
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    The real wonder is that he could raise a spit at all given that he'd just run around flat out for 15 minutes.

    How much control do you think a player has with gummy, dehyrdrated spit and a mouthguard?

    I sometimes wonder if any NRL administrator has played the game at any level!
     
  9. PEPSI

    By:PEPSIMay 24, 2005
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    i think the whole judiciary are ex internationals! ( and a few manly players thrown in!)
     
  10. Matabele

    By:MatabeleMay 24, 2005
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    I know. so you'd think they'd know better?
     
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