By the time the case is settled he will have missed a large chunk of his career as short as footy careers are.Apparently there is legal argument going on - maybe charges and penalties etc.
Now there is a real Bunnies and Roosters and Australian Legend.Following the 1975 grand final, Dragons legend Robert Stone swapped jerseys with the Roosters’ Ron Coote. The Stone family - represented by son Michael - returned the jersey to Ron earlier this week, who lost all his memorabilia in the tragic South Coast fires. Coote was a great Roosters player.
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Tristan might be a good FB but his size like Dufty could be an issue.Halfback, fullback, wing. Tristan Sailor has played them all but maybe father knows best.
Dad Wendell Sailor believes his son is best suited to the No.1 jersey, which may not be in focus just yet with Zac Lomax being promised that spot with the Dragons for Round 1 of the 2020 season.
I tend to agree - and Lomax can play centre. Lomax really reminds me of Chang.
Dragons forward Tariq Sims will miss the round two meeting with the Panthers after accepting a one-match ban for a grade one dangerous contact charge on Tigers playmaker Josh Reynolds.Dragons forward Tariq Sims will need to win at the judiciary in order to avoid a one-week suspension.
Sims was handed a grade one dangerous contact (head/neck) charge following a 76th-minute collision with Josh Reynolds in his side's loss to the Wests Tigers at WIN Stadium on Sunday night.
Sims' was one of four charges to come out of Sunday's matches.
The grading would usually mean the charged player could avoid suspension with an early guilty plea, but the 50% loading Sims has following a similar offence in the last two years put him over 100 points.
If Sims goes to the judiciary and loses, he will still miss just one match.
Sims' Dragons teammate Paul Vaughan can avoid suspension with an early guilty plea for a dangerous contact charge.