General Hindmarsh may miss Warriors clash, Smith out

warriors4life_old

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From sportal.co.nz

Hindmarsh may miss Warriors clash

Parramatta could be without Nathan Hindmarsh for Saturday's clash with the New Zealand Warriors after he was charged by the NRL judiciary.

Hindmarsh has been charged with a grade one dangerous throw following an incident late in Saturday night's impressive 46-12 win over Newcastle at Parramatta Stadium.

If he enters an early guilty plea Hindmarsh will escape with 93 carryover points towards his future record, freeing him up to face the Warriors, but if he chooses to fight the charge and loses he will be suspended for one game, and carry 25 points over.

The only other player charged following Round 18 was South Sydney's Scott Geddes, who will miss this weekend's Telstra Stadium battle with Manly unless he successfully overturns a grade two careless high tackle charge.

With a similar offence within the previous two years adding points to the loading, Geddes will receive a one-game ban and 40 carryover points if he enters an early guilty plea, but if he contests the charge and is found guilty, he will cop a match and 87 points.

Smith out

Parramatta Eels youngster Tim Smith's 2006 season is over after he broke his collarbone in Saturday night's 46-12 win over Newcastle.

The 21-year-old playmaker will undergo surgery later in the week but is not expected to return to rugby league until 2007.
 

warriors4life_old

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Hope Hindmarsh is missing, will increase our chances of a win as the Eels have hit some form lately, they won't be a walkover.
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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warriors4life said:
Hope Hindmarsh is missing, will increase our chances of a win as the Eels have hit some form lately, they won't be a walkover.

Dont care really if he plays or not. Cos after yesterdays performance i'm confident the warriors can muscle it up with any foward pack no matter who is in it.
 

Skinny_Ravs82

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It's such a shame for Tim Smith, just when he was getting his on field perfoamcnes back to it's best (and forgetting the off field stuff)...
as for Hindy..well would be nice if he misses the game but regardless of who is in our out we still got to win
 

warriors4life_old

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Skinny_Ravs82 said:
as for Hindy..well would be nice if he misses the game but regardless of who is in our out we still got to win

Yes, but having him out makes it that much easier to win.
 

Iafeta_old

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He'll enter an early guilty plea and be sweet to play us.

I think Tim Smith is a massive loss for them just quietly on the back of his form last couple of weeks.

One bloke we must watch is Jarryd Hayne. This bloke has superstar written all over him.
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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Iafeta said:
One bloke we must watch is Jarryd Hayne. This bloke has superstar written all over him.

Very impressive from what i have seen of him aye!
 

sebastian_old

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Iafeta said:
He'll enter an early guilty plea and be sweet to play us.

I think Tim Smith is a massive loss for them just quietly on the back of his form last couple of weeks.

One bloke we must watch is Jarryd Hayne. This bloke has superstar written all over him.

Whos defending Jarrad Hayne, please don't say Martin, please, please say someone else!!!!!!!!!!!

Tim smith is a big loss, they'll be a lot less cohesive without him, especially as he was really finding form. What about the battle of coach's Rookie V.S Rookie, Cleary V.S Taylor. Cleary will not want to lose, i'm sure. Both coachs could be named in the teams there that young.
 

warriors4life_old

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sebastian said:
Iafeta said:
He'll enter an early guilty plea and be sweet to play us.

I think Tim Smith is a massive loss for them just quietly on the back of his form last couple of weeks.

One bloke we must watch is Jarryd Hayne. This bloke has superstar written all over him.

Whos defending Jarrad Hayne, please don't say Martin, please, please say someone else!!!!!!!!!!!

Tim smith is a big loss, they'll be a lot less cohesive without him, especially as he was really finding form. What about the battle of coach's Rookie V.S Rookie, Cleary V.S Taylor. Cleary will not want to lose, i'm sure. Both coachs could be named in the teams there that young.

Jarryd Hayne plays on the wing so it won't be Martin defending him unless Martin moves out one more place.
 

Skinny_Ravs82

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warriorfaithful* said:
Iafeta said:
One bloke we must watch is Jarryd Hayne. This bloke has superstar written all over him.

Very impressive from what i have seen of him aye!

scroed a hatrick against the Knights too...freakish talent no doubt.
 

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