NRL owns up over sin bin errors

NRL owns up over sin bin errors

NRL head of football Graham Annesley says Manly’s Josh Aloiai should have been sent to the sin bin for a trip that was “at the higher end of that type of offence”, while he concedes Chanel Harris-Tavita was unlucky to be marched for a minor incident on Saturday night.

Aloiai has accepted a two-match ban for a grade 2 charge after he stuck his foot out to trip Penrith’s Daine Laurie as he chased teammate Izack Tago who had made a break late in the contest.

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