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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    Roosters forward Dylan Napa will be sweating on the match review committee's charge sheet later today, after being sin binned for a collision in his side's NRL loss to the Broncos

    Roosters forward Dylan Napa will be sweating on the match review committee's charge sheet later today, after being sin binned for a collision in his side's NRL loss to the Broncos

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Napa led with his head in an ugly tackle on Broncos hooker Andrew McCullough,
    forcing the Brisbane player from the field with concussion and a facial
    laceration.

    It's the second time this season Napa has come under scrutiny for his
    technique, after breaking Bronco's prop Korbin Sims jaw in a similar collision
    in Round 11.

    Napa escaped being charged following that incident, however the match review
    committee will be under pressure to come down hard after last night's hit.

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