Fiery Canterbury forward Jack Hetherington has experienced the worst possible return from suspension, catching Penrith forward Moses Leota and Viliame Kikau with high tackles in the opening three minutes of the Bulldogs match against the Panthers
Hetherington is making his comeback from a six-match ban for a high-tackle on Valentine Holmes and can expect to spend more time on the sidelines after his twin shots.
Remarkably given the NRL’s crackdown in recent weeks, Hetherington was not placed on report or sin-binned for either shot.
The former Panther is no stranger to the judiciary and has been fighting a losing battle with his own aggression through his entire NRL career.
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Ok can someone please explain to me why Jack Hetherington wasn’t sin binned after his second high shot ???
Took Jack Hetherington 200 seconds to make two high shots.
What is this crackdown you speak of?#NRLPanthersBulldogs
Jack Hetherington… I mean, literally everyone called it. Can't believe he's not in the bin 😂 #NRLPanthersBulldogs#NRL
What minute of the game will Jack Hetherington be sinned bin?
More to come
Originally published asHetherington farce exposes NRL inconsistency
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