General Morley's strange defence

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Adrian Morley has approached Canterbury star Willie Mason to testify on his behalf at the judiciary on Wednesday night in an attempt to have his suspension reduced to a maximum of five matches so he can play a farewell NRL game.

The Sydney Roosters prop decided after meeting with legal counsel Geoff Bellew that he will plead guilty to kneeing Bulldogs hooker Corey Hughes, a charge which judiciary prosecutor Peter Kite will seek an eight-match ban for.

Morley, who is to play with Warrington in the Super League next season, is hopeful that with Mason's support he can play a last match with the Roosters, a club he has spent six years with.

Mason appeared to calm the ensuing remonstrations following the knee by Morley, and also spoke out in favour of the Rooster after the match.





While the pair are opponents on the field, they share a mutual respect, and with Mason's possible support and an apology, Morley - and the Roosters' fans - hope that he will be given leniency.
 

Jesbass_old

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Sounds like he used the Wookiee defence. It didn't save him completely, but he got a lighter sentence than he probably deserved.
 

raypower_old

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At least he didn't use Danny Williams' "Amnesia induced shock"

That said I like to think that perhaps it could get a dust off once every couple of seasons.
 

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