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UPDATE: Judiciary Update Round 11

The Sydney Roosters have tonight been unsuccessful in overturning the Grade One Dangerous Contact (Other) charge against Angus Crichton at the NRL Judiciary.

The Club entered a plea of Not Guilty for Crichton after he was cited for an incident that occurred in the 7th minute of the Round 11 match against the Brisbane Broncos, which the NRL judiciary did not accept at a hearing this evening.

As a result, Crichton will accrue 270 points and will be unavailable to line up for 2 matches.

Updated 25/05/2021 at 07:57pm 

The Sydney Roosters have tonight been unsuccessful in having the Grade Two Careless High Tackle charge against Victor Radley downgraded at the NRL Judiciary.

The Club entered a plea of Guilty for Radley after he was cited for an incident that occurred in the 42nd minute of the Round 11 match against Brisbane Broncos, and were unsuccessful in their appeal to downgrade the charge at the NRL Judiciary this evening. 

As a result, Radley will accrue 440 points and will be unavailable to line up for 4 matches. Along with accepting an early guilty plea for a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (Head/Neck) charge from the same match, Radley will be unavailable to line up for 5 matches. 

 

Originally Updated 24/05/21 at 11:45am

The Sydney Roosters have elected to enter an early guilty plea in relation to the Grade 1 Careless High Tackle charge on Joseph Manu. As a result, Manu will accept a monetary fine of $1150 and be available for selection this weekend.

The Club has elected to enter an early guilty plea in relation to the Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (Head/Neck) charge on Victor Radley. As a result, he will accrue 120 points and be unavailable for at least one match.

The Club has also elected to enter an early guilty plea in relation to the Grade Two Careless High Tackle charge on Radley, however, the Club will be disputing the grading of the charge at the NRL Judiciary. 

In relation to the Grade One Dangerous Contact (Other) on Angus Crichton, the Club has elected to enter a plea of not guilty.

The hearings will be held on Tuesday night at Rugby League Central.

Roosters.com.au will keep Members and supporters up to date with any further information. 

 

Originally Published 23/05/21 at 7:05pm

Following the Sydney Roosters Round 11 match against the Brisbane Broncos, Angus Crichton, Victor Radley and Joseph Manu have been cited by the NRL Match Review Committee.

Angus Crichton was charged with Grade One Dangerous Contact (Other) resulting from an incident in the 7th minute of the match. 

The base penalty for the charge is 100 points.

Due to two prior similar offences and one prior non-similar offence in the last two years, should the Club enter an early guilty plea, Crichton will receive 215 points and be unavailable for two matches. If found guilty at the panel, Crichton will receive 270 points and be unavailable for two matches. 

Victor Radley was charged with a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (Head/Neck) and a Grade 2 Careless High Tackle resulting from incidents in the 12th and 42nd minute of the match respectively.

The base penalty for the Grade 1 Dangerous Contact (Head/Neck) charge is 100 points.

Due to three prior non-similar offences in the last two years, should the Club enter an early guilty plea, Radley will receive 120 points and be unavailable for one match. If found guilty at the panel, Radley will receive 160 points and be unavailable for one match. 

The base penalty for the Grade 2 Careless High Tackle is 200 points.

Due to two prior similar offences and one prior non-similar offence in the last two years, should the Club enter an early guilty plea, Radley will receive 330 points and be unavailable for three matches. If found guilty at the panel, Radley will receive 440 points and be unavailable for four matches. 

Joseph Manu was charged with a Grade 1 Careless High Tackle resulting from an incident in the 56th minute of the match.

The base penalty for the charge is $1500.

Should the Club elect to enter an early plea, Manu will receive a monetary fine of $1150. If found guilty at the panel, Manu will receive a monetary fine of $1500.

 

The Club has until Monday at 12pm to enter their plea. 

Roosters.com.au will keep Members and supporters up to date with any further information.