PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Will Chambers of the Storm gestures to a team mate during the round one NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Melbourne Storm at Perth Stadium on March 10, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/Getty Images)

Melbourne Storm duo suspended

The judiciary results for Melbourne Storm duo Dale Finucane and Will Chambers have been confirmed, with the pair both accepting their sanctions.

Dale Finucane has opted not to contest the Dangerous Contact charge, handing him a one-game suspension that will apply to this weekend’s game against Wests Tigers.

Finucane is set to miss an extended period on the sidelines due to a fractured right thumb.

Will Chambers has pleaded guilty to his Dangerous Contact charge, accepting a two-week ban. The suspension will see the Australian centre miss matches against the Wests Tigers and Newcastle Knights.

In addition to the two-week suspension, Chambers will also have 80 carry-over points for the remainder of the season.

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6 COMMENTS

    • Is he?

      I think he is just a stand up guy.

      I respect his fractious demeanour on the field – it is a necessary component of a team to have a bit of mongrel in them. I absolutely loved James Maloney’s antics in the last game, very amusing.

      • All for mongrel in players to intimidate the opponent – they way Napa and Mcguire play the game but Chambers goes out to injure players, more so when Storm a losing. Even Bellamy thinks Chambers cant control himself when they are losing.

        • So you are happy with how McGuire plays the game but think Chambers is a grub? Ask Mccullogh how he feels about McGuire trying to injure players when he was caught by “friendly fire” when McGuire was trying to injure Michael Jennings…..

    • eels47, it was adam blair who tried to injure michael jennings, and i agree that blair is a grub, but mcguire isnt

  1. I don’t see anything major in what Chambers was doing

    yeah, sure, he’s in there in the middle with the handbags out but it all seems fairly harmless.

    Nobody in the NRL that I can think of is trying to injure players. Probably adam blair is the worst and I still don’t think he is trying to injure per se’

    Are we talking about Josh McGuire? He rarely hits hard at all? He is a mobile forward, not a hitter.

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