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3 players charged with punching in Challenge Cup tie

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#1 Honor James

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 03:43 PM

Four players have been charged with offences committed during recent matches after the incidents were viewed by the RFL Match Review Panel earlier today.

 

Vinnie Anderson of Carcassonne has been charged with Grade F punching and behaviour contrary to the spirit of the game in the 78th  minute of a Tetley’s Challenge Cup third round tie at Workington Town.

James Robinson of Workington Town has been charged with the Grade D offence of punching and conduct contrary to the spirit of the game in the same incident.

Tyrone Pau of Carcassonne has been charged with the Grade B offence of punching in the 78th  minute of the same match.

Michael Hill of London Skolars has been charged with the Grade B offence of tripping in the 61st  minute of a Kingstone Press Championship One fixture at Rochdale Hornets on Monday April 1.

 

The Match Review Panel also issued a formal caution to Kyle Kesik of Doncaster for a dangerous shoulder charge in the sixth minute of a Tetley’s Challenge Cup third round tie at South Wales Scorpions on April 6.

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#2 Spidey

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 04:09 PM

What the hell happened? Grade F is one of the worst cited I can remember since the grading system came in

#3 JOHNNY83

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 06:21 PM

After being sent off, he then ran after the workington player who was sin binned and started throwing punches round a steward! He was a very naughty boy!



#4 steef

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Posted 11 April 2013 - 07:35 PM

Looking at an eight match ban I hear.
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#5 Spidey

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 07:19 AM

Thanks for the info. What an idiot 8 matches minimum. What a way to be ending your career

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Posted 12 April 2013 - 08:05 AM

Four players have been charged with offences committed during recent matches after the incidents were viewed by the RFL Match Review Panel earlier today.

Vinnie Anderson of Carcassonne has been charged with Grade F punching and behaviour contrary to the spirit of the game in the 78th minute of a Tetley’s Challenge Cup third round tie at Workington Town.
James Robinson of Workington Town has been charged with the Grade D offence of punching and conduct contrary to the spirit of the game in the same incident.
Tyrone Pau of Carcassonne has been charged with the Grade B offence of punching in the 78th minute of the same match.
Michael Hill of London Skolars has been charged with the Grade B offence of tripping in the 61st minute of a Kingstone Press Championship One fixture at Rochdale Hornets on Monday April 1.

The Match Review Panel also issued a formal caution to Kyle Kesik of Doncaster for a dangerous shoulder charge in the sixth minute of a Tetley’s Challenge Cup third round tie at South Wales Scorpions on April 6.
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John Ledger
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Hmmm.
Rochdale v Skolars on April 1 was a rearranged Northern Rail cup game, not Kingstone Press League One. You'd think a press release from the 'comminications' manager would be checked for accuracy and identify the correct competition.
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