News Sharks Injuries & Suspensions

ALX22

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@callmack1 @southsport Moley reporting Kyle Flanagan to be released to Rorters before June 30!

It’s a joke, how many halfbacks and halves do these guys need???

They already have Keary, Cronk, Lachlan Lam, Brock Lamb, Hutchinson etc.........

How are they under the cap?

Didn’t they just sign a 17 he old half called Walker too?
Not relevant to injuries or suspensions...
 

ALX22

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Challenging the grading at the judiciary.
Andrew Fifita has been unsuccessful in his bid to have his grade two dangerous contact charge downgraded and has received a three-match ban, ruling him out of Saturday's Test between Tonga and New Zealand.
 

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Andrew Fifita has been unsuccessful in his bid to have his grade two dangerous contact charge downgraded and has received a three-match ban, ruling him out of Saturday's Test between Tonga and New Zealand.
Fair enough but where is the consistency, Bateman did pretty much the same tackle and got nothing!

Just like McGuire got off on his eye gouge yet Hudson Young got 5 weeks!

Go bloody figure it out if you can....... I just can’t........... @S J
 

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Cronulla rookie Kyle Flanagan can avoid suspension if he pleads guilty to a dangerous contact charge.

The 20-year-old was charged by the NRL Match Review Committee after a 58th-minute incident involving Brisbane prop Matt Lodge.

An early guilty plea would leave Flanagan with 75 carry-over points. If he challenges the charge at the judiciary and loses, he will miss one match.