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Five Super League players charged

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The RFL Match Review Panel has charged five players with disciplinary offences committed during Super League Round 6 fixtures.

Four players have been charged with punching in the match between Hull FC and Castleford Tigers at the KC Stadium on Friday:

- Weller Hauraki (Castleford) - Grade B (EGP available)

- Justin Carney (Castleford) - Grade C (EGP available)

- Mark O'Meley (Hull) - Grade B (No EGP)

- Danny Tickle (Hull FC) - Grade B (EGP available)

O'Meley will appear before the RFL Disciplinary Committee on Tuesday evening: Hauraki, Carney and Tickle have until 11.00am on Tuesday to submit Early Guilty Pleas.

Widnes Vikings forward Gareth Hock has been charged with the Grade B offence of using foul and abusive language to a match official during his club's fixture against Bradford Bulls. Hock, who was dismissed for the offence, does not have the option of submitting an Early Guilty Plea and will appear before the Disciplinary Committee on Tuesday.

The Match Review Panel also handed down a formal caution to Micky Paea of Hull Kingston Rovers for raising his knee in a tackle during the fixture against London Broncos.

John Ledger

Communications Manager

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Gareth Hock annoys me. All the talent in the world, yet he has to continually self destruct, making his team mates pick up the slack. He could have been the best 2nd rower in the world. Instead he's just a good player who is a liability.

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Watching Super League Show last night, Justin Carney really went at it! He wasnt involved at the start of the fight, came flying in and went for it!

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justice for the widnes one.............

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I don't condone swearing at officials, but to make an informed opinion we'd really need to know exactly what Hock said.

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I don't condone swearing at officials, but to make an informed opinion we'd really need to know exactly what Hock said.

It'd be the best episode of Boots N All ever.

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It was bad enough for the in goal judge to run 30m to tell the ref

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Ikram Butt is on the disciplinary panel.I've just asked him if he'll tell me what hock said,so far,no response :angry:

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I'm sure I read somewhere this morning Tickle and Hauraki one game and Carney two games.

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Interesting that Pellisier (sp?) wasn't cited for his hit on Sam, which sparked the brawl. I wonder whether the Wigan players over reacted becuase of the player hurt and some perceived "dirty French" mindset?

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Interesting that Pellisier (sp?) wasn't cited for his hit on Sam, which sparked the brawl. I wonder whether the Wigan players over reacted becuase of the player hurt and some perceived "dirty French" mindset?

The Wigan players over reacted because McIlorum was out there.

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It'd be the best episode of Boots N All ever.

It would be up there with Dale Laughton's excellent foul mouthed fusillade aimed at Robbie Paul that came over loud and clear on the BBC's coverage of a Bradford v Huddersfield-Sheffield CC game at Odsal.

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The refs continually giving red cards are damaging the game. I'm glad Cummings is going and they need a change of mindset.

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The refs continually giving red cards are damaging the game. I'm glad Cummings is going and they need a change of mindset.

How are red cards damaging the game. Players are being found guilty so the cards are accurate. Blame the players not the refs

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The refs continually giving red cards are damaging the game. I'm glad Cummings is going and they need a change of mindset.

How many cards have been given this season.

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The refs continually giving red cards are damaging the game. I'm glad Cummings is going and they need a change of mindset.

Or maybe the dumb players doing dumb stuff to get themselves sent off are ruining the game...

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Wonder how long it will be before we witness the first dive trying to get someone sent off!

The game is being over sanitised in several aspects and is a dodgy root to take imo.

Seems like the reasons why many of us watch a tough professional sport are being eroded to increase appeal to the masses.

Care is needed as if that doesn't bring in the masses, they could lose the fundamental support that has kept the game going for 150 years!

:(

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Wonder how long it will be before we witness the first dive trying to get someone sent off!

The game is being over sanitised in several aspects and is a dodgy root to take imo.

Seems like the reasons why many of us watch a tough professional sport are being eroded to increase appeal to the masses.

Care is needed as if that doesn't bring in the masses, they could lose the fundamental support that has kept the game going for 150 years!

:(

There's been diving as long as the games been going. How many half backs have taken high shots that haven't really hurt but stayed down as is they were shot. Or how many times a game do players over exaggerate contact at the PTB in order to win a penalty.

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RFL official media release

Four Super League players suspended

Gareth Hock of Widnes Vikings has been suspended for one match after being found guilty of using foul and abusive language to a match official in his club's Super League Round 6 fixture against Bradford Bulls on Friday March 8.

Hock was also fined £300 when he appeared before the RFL Disciplinary Committee this evening.

Hull FC forward Mark O'Meley was found not guilty of the Grade B offence of punching in the Round 6 fixture v Castleford Tigers on Friday March 8.

Earlier, O'Meley's team-mate Danny Tickle (one match, Grade B) and Castleford players Justin Carney (two matches, Grade C) and Weller Hauraki (one match, Grade B) were all suspended after submitting Early Guilty Pleas to punching offences in the same fixture.

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John Ledger

Communications Manager

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Hull FC forward Mark O'Meley was found not guilty of the Grade B offence of punching in the Round 6 fixture v Castleford Tigers on Friday March 8.

Quite right too!, the lad's an angel. :ph34r:

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