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Catalan Dragons have been fined £1,000 for a breach of RFL Operational Rules by questioning the integrity of the sport’s disciplinary process following the suspension of player Zeb Taia for three matches for a reckless shoulder charge in a Super League Round 23 fixture against St Helens on Saturday August 3.

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That smacks of censorship...  Can't a club ask questions as to how one player gets a 3 match ban yet another doesn't even get penalised without having to fork out a grand for the privilege?

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That smacks of censorship... Can't a club ask questions as to how one player gets a 3 match ban yet another doesn't even get penalised without having to fork out a grand for the privilege?

Yes, they can ask. But not in the way they did. It drags the image if the sport down the way they did.
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Any chance of a fine for Hull FC's players under the trade's description act after last night?

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Jake Connor : "I don't know, to be honest I haven't spoken to him."

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Any chance of a fine for Hull FC's players under the trade's description act after last night?

 

Wouldn't the performance have to be describable though?

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