Dylan Walker dealing with ban, Victor Radley fined for Anzac Day hits
Warriors five-eighth Dylan Walker will struggle a suspension on the judiciary after being charged by the NRL’s match overview committee.
Walker has been hit with a grade two harmful contact cost for a shot on Melbourne’s Eliesa Katoa within the thirty eighth minute of the Storm’s 30-22 win at AAMI Park.
The 28-year-old might have accepted a two-game ban, however has opted to plead not responsible and dangers lacking three video games if he loses on the judiciary.
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He’ll seem through video hyperlink when his case is heard on Thursday afternoon.
Walker was sin binned for the pinnacle slam by referee Grant Atkins, whereas Katoa failed his HIA and took no additional half within the match.
In the meantime, Roosters enforcer Victor Radley was the one different participant charged out of the Anzac Day matches.
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Radley has been charged with a grade one careless excessive deal with, for what 9 commentator Andrew Johns mentioned was a head conflict within the Roosters win over St George Illawarra.
Radley accepted a positive of $3000.
Like Walker, Radley was sin binned for his offence, leaving Johns dumbfounded by the choice.
“What’s he presupposed to do there?” Johns requested.
“He hits and spins. If something it’s (Michael) Molo who causes the pinnacle conflict as a result of he hits and props and twists.”
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