Who needs enemies when you've got Andrew Dunemann as your coach??? Dean Ritchie and Christian Nicolussi The Daily Telegraph June 04, 2012 12:00AM THIS wouldn't even be allowed in the no-holds-barred world of the UFC - a horrifying head slam which left a young Raiders player physically ill and nearly unconscious. Wests Tigers winger Marika Koroibete will be referred to the match review committee today and faces a long stretch on the sidelines if the judiciary treats this incident with the seriousness it needs. His victim, Raiders lock Josh Mitchell, will spend up to a month out injured and was yesterday still feeling the effects of the shocking hit. Koroibete was placed on report for his 62nd-minute effort after he placed both hands around the face of Mitchell and yanked him sideways and then backwards. Mitchell had to leave the field in a neck brace and on a medicab, unable to move otherwise. "He was in pain. There was pain down the side of his neck, but hopefully it's not as bad as it looked," the Raiders' Toyota Cup coach Andrew Dunemann said. "It (the tackle) wasn't good, but one of those things that happen. I think I've seen worse, that's for sure. And I don't think there was any intent there. "You're obviously not taught to do that, but it was the heat of the battle. "It was heated from the first minute to the 80th, and it was a case of young boys getting carried away. I'm sure he didn't mean to go out and do it." The Raiders-Tigers clash was spiteful throughout, and earlier in the game there was a shocking hair-pulling incident involving Raiders winger Brad Smith, whose long locks were tugged at by Tigers interchange Sitaleki Akaoula. An all-in brawl broke out before Akaoula was given 10 minutes in the sin bin. Dunemann said: "I thought it was a bit harsh that he (Akaoula) got 10 minute.s in the bin. If you've got long hair like that, it opens up (the chances of getting it pulled) "He's had a few (dramas) and cops it. He's all right and just gets on with it. He was fired up last night, but there wasn't much in it."