Judiciary Charges

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    According to 2GB
    Cross - straight to judiciary for gouging
    Morrison - High tackle
    Morris - grapple tackle
    Morley - knees
    Hindmarsh - grapple tackle
    Hoffman - grapple tackle
    Quigley - high tackle
     
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    No Kite - you beauty, I have been looking on NRL.com but they have nothing as yet. Hope 2gb is right
     
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    JUDICIARY CHARGE SHEET

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    Judiciary Report: Round 16
    27 June 2005

    The NRL match review committee has charged seven players in round 16.

    The charges are as follows:

    Ryan Cross, Roosters
    Charged with contrary conduct on the Eels' Glenn Morrison. *This case has been referred to the judiciary.

    Nathan Hindmarsh, Eels
    Charged with grade one contrary conduct - unnecessary head/neck contact on the Roosters' Adrian Morley.
    *Hindmarsh faces a one-match suspension if he makes an early guilty plea.

    Glenn Morrison, Eels
    Charged with a grade one careless high tackle on the Roosters Adrian Morley.
    *A clean record means Morrison will not be suspended whether he takes the early guilty option or not.

    Adrian Morley, Roosters
    Charged with grade one contrary conduct - knee lift on the Eels' PJ Marsh.
    *Five prior offences means Morley faces a two-match ban if he makes an early guilty plea.

    John Morris, Eels
    Charges with grade one contrary conduct - unnecessary head/neck contact on the Roosters' Craig Fitzgibbon.
    *Morris will escape suspension with an early guilty plea.

    Luke Quigley, Knights
    Charged with a grade one careless high tackle on the Panthers' Luke Priddis.
    *A clean record means Quigley does not face suspension whether he makes an early plea or not.

    Ryan Hoffman, Storm
    Charged with grade three contrary conduct - unnecessary head/neck contact on the Rabbitohs' Todd Polglase.
    *Faces a three-match suspension if he makes an early guilty plea for the charge.
     
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    I can't believe that Skandalis escaped suspension for his late hit on the St G player.
     
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    Hindmarsh could miss Origin
     
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