The other man who took his fight to the court, Maika Sivo, was not so lucky
Wallace was placed on the report that Leniu was charged in the 36th minute Dolphins 24-14 loss to Panthers Sunday afternoon.
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He was given three matches to give an early lead in the first grade, but elected to risk an extra match by going to court.
He did well, and is eligible to play in the Dolphins’ next game against the Bulldogs in round 22.
Parramatta star forward Junior Paulo opted to push to get off his sloppy Jojo Fifita performance in the Eels’ win over the Titans in the next game.
Paul was also given three games, but will now serve four after his appeal was dismissed.
Sivo went to the bin
With the Eels having already lost Reagan Campbell-Gillard for the next four games due to a knee injury to back Chris Randall, the loss of Sivo is a huge blow to the team looking to cement themselves inside the top eight in the final eight. weather.
Sivo is tied with teammate and captain Clint Gutherson for third on the scoring list this season.
Sivo was named in the Eels’ side to take on the Cowboys on Saturday night, but his place has now been taken by either Waqa Blake or Haze Dunster.
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