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Kurri’s Lisiua cops another suspension

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A fortnight backfrom a 12-month ban, Kurri Kurri’s Jonah Lisiua was suspended for six matches on Wednesday after taking an early guilty plea for a high-grade, dangerous throw in reserves on the weekend.

SUSPENDED: Kurri Kurri’s Jonah Lisiua will be sidelined for six matches after taking an early guilty plea this week for a dangerous throw in a reserve-grade game on Saturday. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

Lisiua will now miss the Bulldogs’ four remaining regular-round games this seasonand, depending on semi-final appearances, possiblythe opening two encounters of 2019.

The base penalty for the incident, which occurred in the 13thminute of a 10-0 win over Central at Kurri, was six matches but Lisiua copped a further two-fixture loading for his prior record.

Midlast year, Lisiua was found guilty of multiple code-of-conduct breaches for an off-field incident at Kurri where, as a spectator, he ran up to 30 metres and made contact with a visiting sin-binned player near the dressing sheds.

The final six months of the initial 18-month punishment –unable to play, coachor spectate any form of rugby league– was recentlywiped by Newcastle RL officials based on good behaviour.

He is the younger brother of Central playmaker Terence Seu Seu and son of Marty Lisiua, who recently returned to the fieldto help struggling rugby union club Lake Macquarie.All three family members played together in at least one reserve-grade game for the Bulldogs in 2016.

CATCH-UP GAME: Kurri Kurri Bulldogs v Western Suburbs at Kurri Sportsground on Saturday, August 4 from 3pm (transferred from round seven).

* KORI Barber’s send off for Cessnock on Sunday didn’t warrant any further action according to the NSW RL match review committee.

* NSW COUNTRY women’s halfback Mel Howard has signed with the Dragons.

Howard was officially announced by St George-Illawarra on Tuesday and she will join CRL Newcastle teammates Holli Wheeler and Hannah Southwell in the NRL Women’s Premiership squad.

The inaugural competition kicks off next month.

* COUNTRY Rugby League volunteer of the year nominations include MichelleCumming (Glendale Gorillas) and Peter Barry (Denman-Sandy Hollow).

Windale juniors have been put forward for club of the year.

The 2018 community awards will take place in Sydney next Saturday(August 11).

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