Dragons enforcer Jaydn Su’A has been binned for the second week in a row after a forceful high-shot on Sharks backrower Dale Finucane.
Dragons enforcer Jaydn Su’A was despatched to the sin bin in opposition to the Sharks — the second time in two weeks he’s spent a stint on the sidelines to start out the season.
Following on from a late hit on Penrith half Sean O’Sullivan in spherical one, the 25-year-old was given his marching orders on Thursday night time for a excessive shot on Dale Finucane which was deemed forceful.
As referee Gerard Sutton raised ten fingers within the air, halfback Ben Hunt threw his head again in utter disbelief.
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“Poor old Jaydn can’t take a trick at the moment, but Finucane definitely fell into the tackle,” Andrew Voss mentioned on Fox League’s protection of Thursday night time soccer.
“I don’t know how Su’A could react quick enough to change where his point of contact was going to be.
“He has a chair with his name on it in the sin bin poor old Jaydn Su’A.
“They deem sin binnable high-contact has to be forceful, well Jaydn Su’A is not going to make a soft tackle, ever, so any time there is head contact he is off to the bin now.”
“Is there a defence for Jaydn Su’A for Finucane not being bolt upright?” Voss requested.
“I think there is a defence, there is mitigating circumstances, you make contact with the head though and you at least get penalised, whether he deserves to be in the bin that is debatable,” Fox League’s Greg Alexander mentioned.
While Su’A spent his time on the sidelines, the Sharks had been in a position to rating 10 factors within the moist encounter at WIN Stadium.
Last week in opposition to the Panthers, Su’A’s aspect conceded 14 throughout his 10-minute stint, taking the full of factors scored while he was off the sector to 24.
The Sharks beat the Dragons comfortably, coasting to a 36-12 win.
Originally revealed as Dragons star sin-binned for second time in two video games to start out the season