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NRL Players Misbehaving

Postby yourhero » Fri Dec 07, 2018 12:56 pm

If I created a new thread for every NRL player that acted a fool, we'd have 17 new threads per week... So, I thought I would create one central place to discuss the general idiocy of RL players :lol:

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Re: NRL Players Misbehaving

Postby yourhero » Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:00 pm

To kick things off...

https://www.news.com.au/sport/nrl/nrl-player-dylan-walker-charged-with-assaulting-woman/news-story/b2c6462e20060acc16214710aab004ce

NRL player Dylan Walker charged with assaulting woman
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December 7th 2018

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Manly Sea Eagles player Dylan Walker has been charged with assaulting his Miss Universe fiance at a Sydney home overnight.

Manly NRL star Dylan Walker has been stood down from training after being charged with assault following an alleged domestic violence incident involving his partner on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

The woman, 24, suffered minor cuts to her shoulder, leg and feet at a home in Dee Why, on Thursday afternoon and was treated by paramedics at the scene.

Walker, also 24, was later arrested and charged with common assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

Walker is engaged to Alexandra Ivkovic, a former Miss Universe Australia finalist. She gave birth to the couple’s son in July.

The Sea Eagles centre was driven away from Manly Police Station by coach Des Hasler after being granted bail to appear at Manly Local Court on Tuesday.

Manly chief executive Lyall Gorman said the former Kangaroos Test star and South Sydney premiership winner wouldn’t be required for training until after his court appearance.

“He needs to clear his head. He’s only been released from Manly police station through the night,” Gorman said on Friday.

“I’m not even sure exactly what time but I understand it was in the middle of the night (that) he was released on bail.” Gorman said his club’s chief concern was the welfare of the alleged victim and a four month old child.

“I haven’t been able to speak to Dylan personally. I have spoken to his partner on four occasions - twice last night and twice this morning - and been trying to make sure we look after her welfare and the welfare of the family and the young baby,” he said.

“She’s in good care with her mum and dad.” Gorman, who has also referred the matter to the NRL Integrity Unit, wouldn’t speculate on any possible sanctions should Walker be found guilty.

“I don’t have the police statements of facts yet so it’s a bit early for me to make too much comment other than to express great disappointment on behalf of our club,” he said.

“Allegations around domestic violence are of course are totally foreign to anything we stand for and our culture and values, as of course, it is to the game holistically.”

The Sea Eagles player, who signed a four-year contract with the club in late 2015, was granted conditional bail and is due to appear in Manly Local Court on December 11.

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Re: NRL Players Misbehaving

Postby TC » Fri Dec 07, 2018 5:15 pm

We must all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately

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Re: NRL Players Misbehaving

Postby Mattpoet » Fri Dec 07, 2018 5:46 pm

Yeah, should've hit him harder. Walker was bashing Scott off the ball all night and making threats towards him. Deserved what he got.

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Re: NRL Players Misbehaving

Postby sallymay » Sat Dec 08, 2018 2:39 am

West tigers new requit charged with assulting a women ...one other west tigers player was with him

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Re: NRL Players Misbehaving

Postby sallymay » Sat Dec 08, 2018 2:52 am

Silver lining comes in small packages for Reynolds after nightmare season

Not misbehaving but a classic story

Josh renyolds the west’s tigers party boys was told by the tigers he would be going to Melbourne to see a specialist for his hammys after a crap year injury wise ..while he was down here he meets a girl he was friends with back in the day ...they do the classic one night stand and he comes back to Sydney for training ect apparently two months later the day before he was to leave to go to Bali for a boys trip he gets a phone call from the girl in Melbourne who says she hasn’t been with anyone else and I’m pregnant haha classic
He flys to Melbourne where they decide they will keep the baby and he goes with her for her next scan on the baby ....bam bam bam they find out she is pregnant with Twins ...classic

This is actually true I’ll try and find the article

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Re: NRL Players Misbehaving

Postby sallymay » Sat Dec 08, 2018 2:54 am

Josh Reynolds describes his 2018 season as a train wreck.

"My body failed me, man."

But in pursuit of a remedy to erase the nightmare that was his five-game debut campaign for the Wests Tigers, he found more than he bargained for on a self-funded study mission in Melbourne in September.

I am so happy. Our little tribe is going to be together in Sydney and we're going to make it work. That's massive for me that she's willing to come up here and raise the kids. I don't want them growing up without their dad or someone dropping in every couple of weeks. It's not the person I am. I want to be part of their lives and I can't wait. I want to be a hands on dad. I'm honestly over the moon."

In October, a day before Reynolds was meant to fly to Bali on a holiday, he received the phone call that changed his life.

The news - that he would soon become a father - shocked him, so you could imagine his surprise a couple of months later when he learnt there were identical twins on the way.

"I'm a big believer in everything happens for a reason," Reynolds told NRL.com.

"I wouldn't have gone to Melbourne if it wasn't for the season I went through. But if I didn't go to Melbourne I wouldn't be having the twins we're expecting next year. Yeah, last season was a write-off, but it turns out it was a blessing in disguise."

It didn't look good for me at 29 having done a couple of hammies. If I didn't stop the rot, it was going to keep happening. We did some intense testing and I have been following their advice with some exercises and tips and I feel great.

"My confidence is back and I feel like I'm ready to get back to the player I know I can be. I’m happy.

"To have these two kids on the way, it’s the proudest moment of my life and I know my life is going to change but I’m so happy and all I want to do is be the best dad I can be and give these two kids the best possible chance in life."

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Re: NRL Players Misbehaving

Postby yourhero » Mon Dec 10, 2018 9:11 am

sallymay wrote:West tigers new requit charged with assulting a women ...one other west tigers player was with him



https://www.news.com.au/sport/nrl/wests-tigers-recruit-zane-musgrove-charged-with-aggravated-indecent-assault/news-story/97cfd6ec0999b68ce69cb1677f7f4f4e


Wests Tigers recruit Zane Musgrove charged with aggravated indecent assault
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7th December 2018

A former South Sydney player and Wests Tigers recruit has been charged with aggravated indecent assault after an incident last month.

Wests Tigers recruit Zane Musgrove has been charged with a range of offences, including aggravated indecent assault.

Nine News reported Musgrove and a companion were accused of aggravated indecent assault after an incident at the Coogee Bay Hotel last month.
Both men reportedly handed themselves into police earlier this week and will face court next month.

It’s more bad news for the NRL, just a day after Manly’s Dylan Walker was stood down from training with the Sea Eagles after an alleged domestic violence incident.

A police statement from the Eastern Suburbs Police Area Command read: “Two men have been charged following an investigation into an alleged indecent assault in Sydney’s east last month.

“About 12.30am on Saturday 24 November 2018, a 22-year-old woman was allegedly indecently assaulted by two men at a licensed premises in Coogee.

“The woman reported the alleged incident to security and later made a report to Eastern Beaches Police Area Command.

“Following inquiries by detectives, a 22-year-old man attended Maroubra Police Station on Wednesday 5 December 2018.

“He was arrested and charged with assault with act of indecency, aggravated indecent assault — offender in company, and common assault.
“About 8am on Thursday 6 December 2018, a 22-year-old man attended Maroubra Police Station.

“He was charged with assault with act of indecency, and aggravated indecent assault — offender in company.

“Both men were granted conditional bail to appear at Waverley Local Court on Wednesday 23 January 2019.”

Musgrove had played 27 games with the South Sydney Rabbitohs but was released to join the Tigers in November.

The front-rower is also a Samoan international and played in the 2017 World Cup.

The Wests Tigers released a statement on its website about the incident.

“Wests Tigers have been made aware of an alleged incident involving player Zane Musgrove. The club has alerted the NRL Integrity Unit of the matter,” the statement read.

“Wests Tigers takes its position in the community very seriously and will work with the NRL Integrity Unit and NSW Police on the allegations.
“The club will make no further comment on the matter until the investigation is complete.”

New Tigers coach Michael Maguire brought Musgrove to the club and when it was announced, praised the 22-year-old’s performances.

“When I worked with Zane previously and he played consecutive games I could see that he was growing into a really strong player,” said Maguire. “With more experience I can see him excelling in the future.

“He brings size, strength and skill to our pack and works hard on his defence. I look forward to working with him to help him reach his potential.”


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