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    Warriors interim coach Todd Payten feels Jack Hetherington's sin binning was the perfect punishment during their 26-22 win over Manly in the NRL

    Warriors interim coach Todd Payten feels Jack Hetherington's sin binning was the perfect punishment during their 26-22 win over Manly in the NRL

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Hetherington whacked Sea Eagles hard-man Marty Taupau with a blatant swinging arm to the neck in the second half, which saw him yellow-carded.

    Payten says a sending off would have been too much.



    For context's sake - next week the Warriors face the Panthers, the club Hetherington has been loaned from.'

    Both clubs have agreed he will sit out the match.

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