Judiciary outcomes

The Queensland Rugby League wish to advise the following outcomes following last night’s Under 20s and Holden State of Origin matches.

Queensland Under 20 skipper Jaydn Su’A will be out for one week after offering no contest to a careless high tackle charge.

Retiring Queensland Maroons forward Corey Parker will also miss one week after taking the early guilty plea for a Dangerous Contact Head / Neck charge.

It will be the first time in an NRL and representative career of over 350 matches that Parker will be suspended.

“I can honestly say I am sure I have never been suspended,” said Parker told the Brisbane Broncos website today.

With his early guilty plea and another 25% discount for over seven years of a clean record, the base charge of 250 points gets brought down to 125.

In other judiciary news for the Maroons, centre Greg Inglis will miss the next three matches for the Rabbitohs after pleading guilty to a shoulder charge.

Under 20 match:

Jaydn Su’A – High Tackle Careless - no contest (one week ban)

Holden State of Origin match:

Corey Parker – Dangerous Contact Head / Neck – Early Guilty Plea (one week ban)
Greg Inglis – Shoulder Charge – Early Guilty Plea (three week ban)