Narrabri pair face long stint on sidelines

by admin on July 14th, 2018

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Bad look: North’s Luke Hull and Narrabri’s Andrew Harvey square off during the final seconds of the second grade grand final.Narrabri president Allan Cameron saidthe lengthy suspensionsimposed by Group 4 following thegrand final fiasco have drawna line in the sand, hopefully to the betterment of the game.
Nanjing Night Net

TheBlues are one of three clubs to have players sanctioned for their roles in the ugly scenes that marred both senior grand finals.The first grade game was called off 10 minutes early after the second grade clash, which the Blues were involved in, ended in a brawl and saw seven players over the course of the game either sin-binned or sent-off.

Three of those –Blues pair Andrew Harvey and Kyle Adams and North’s Christopher Cutmore-Berry, fronted the judiciary on Thursday night.

Cutmore-Berry received a two year suspension, while Harvey was handeda 15 year suspension and Adams 10. The latter twoalso have to front a disciplinary committee in relation to actions after they were sent-off.

As the Group scrambles to stamp out the behavior that has put it, and the code, in the spotlight,Cameron said what has transpired has gutted him.

“It’s not what we are and what we want to be,” he said.

He said the actions of the players“notunacceptable” and that the club is committed to cleaning up the game.Theyareplanning to meet next week, and have also been asked tohave a discussion with the Group.

“We all know there is a problem, but we’ve been working on it,”he said.

They have as a club even taken the step of, in a couple of instances, handingplayers sanctions on top of what the Group had.

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