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josie andrews
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Disciplinary

Post by josie andrews » Mon Feb 03, 2020 8:35 pm

Chris Hill (Warrington)
High tackle - Grade C (3 Match Penalty Notice)

Peter Mata'utia (Castleford)
Dangerous Contact - Grade B (2 Match Penalty Notice)

The following players have been cautioned:

Konrad Hurrell

Ratu Naulago

Ligi Sao

Matt Prior

Richie Myler

https://www.superleague.co.uk/article/1 ... ers-banned
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Wiganer Ted
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Re: Disciplinary

Post by Wiganer Ted » Tue Feb 04, 2020 8:20 am

So Hill gets 3 matches, Smithies and Partington not cautioned.
I do hope the referees make note of those who have been fouled and those that have not yet complain throughout a game without reason.

Still reckon they need to change and improve the banning of players. Hill should miss three matches against us not the next three Wire fixtures. Equally Mata'uita should miss Cas's next game v Toronto and should be free to play against us.

Now players are in the days of contracts defined in terms of years or seasons then the old system from the days of part time players needs to be abolished and replaced by missing game/s against the club offended against.

Nezza Faz
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Re: Disciplinary

Post by Nezza Faz » Tue Feb 04, 2020 4:42 pm

Wiganer Ted wrote:
Tue Feb 04, 2020 8:20 am
So Hill gets 3 matches, Smithies and Partington not cautioned.
I do hope the referees make note of those who have been fouled and those that have not yet complain throughout a game without reason.

Still reckon they need to change and improve the banning of players. Hill should miss three matches against us not the next three Wire fixtures. Equally Mata'uita should miss Cas's next game v Toronto and should be free to play against us.

Now players are in the days of contracts defined in terms of years or seasons then the old system from the days of part time players needs to be abolished and replaced by missing game/s against the club offended against.
Sorry Ted, I don't get your middle paragraph.
The way it works are for sentences to run consecutively, so Mata'utia WILL miss the game on Friday against us. If they'd already played us twice (or 3 if loop), what happens next with your scenario ?
And it's not impossible for the same player to receive another suspension just before they play that original team again ?

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