Brisbane booked their spot in the decider with an emphatic 31-12 victory over minor premiers the Sydney Roosters in the preliminary finals, while the Cowboys posted an nearly identical 32-12 scoreline in dismantling the Melbourne Storm.
“Our basis issues with Suncorp Stadium are the wi-fi and the replay screens”, Betros told the Daily Telegraph.
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The Souths forward said he did not feel a sense of injustice nor hoped the judiciary treated Hodges with the same heavy-handedness, but instead implored the NRL to help prevent the best players in the game missing important matches.
In a tense hearing that lasted 76 minutes, the Broncos veteran was found not guilty of the offence by the judiciary panel and will line up against North Queensland at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
Not even Bennett could have predicted a grand final appearance when he first made his return to Brisbane.
“It’s been a tough few days not knowing the outcome”, he said.
“I think he will be fine, if you slow it down you can see he does flex his muscle and sort of jumped”, he said, on Sunday Triple M NRL.
Hodges also testified that Guerra jumped in the tackle and that contributed to the position Guerra ended up in with his head and shoulder striking the ground.
“But that’s not the reason we lost the game, we had our opportunities to get our game on and we didn’t”.
If there was any doubt, however, it was erased the other week when I got one of “those” phone calls.
“Probably not the smartest decision”.
“And he felt the same, and that’s the reason why he came”.
Hodges’ defence counsel Nick Ghabar said that was primarily Guerra’s fault.
Hodges has been battling a back injury for much of the season, something he says he is still troubling him.