NRL information 2023 | Sebastian Kris unlikely to characteristic in finals after ship off for “terrible” sort out, Raiders v Sharks highlights

Sebastian Kris is unlikely to characteristic within the Raiders’ finals marketing campaign after he was despatched off for a harmful throw on Sione Katoa.

The winger’s act price the Raiders dearly with the Sharks solely main 10-6 with 20 minutes remaining. Cronulla went on to win 24-6. 

Kris made the sort out after Katoa leaped excessive to take a catch within the air when contesting with Jack Wighton.

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NRL nice Andrew Johns described the sort out as “terrible”.

”It is simply that adrenaline, he received in there with that adrenaline, picked him up, and sadly (spear tackled him) … that is harmful, that was terrible,” he mentioned on 9’s protection.

Talking post-game, Raiders coach Ricky Stuart wasn’t keen to remark a lot on the ship off.

“I did not make something of it, I have never seen it once more,” he mentioned.

Captain Elliott Whitehead mentioned it “most likely warrants a ship off in hindsight”. 

The Raiders began the sport nicely when Jordan Rapana leaped over Connor Tracey to attain the opening attempt.

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Cronulla then hit again by means of Jesse Ramien within the fifteenth minute, however a missed kick from Braydon Trindall gave the Raiders a lead at half-time.

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After an arm wrestle within the first 10 minutes, the Sharks switched on with Jack Williams scoring first following the break.

Kris’ ship off helped Cronulla put their stamp on the sport with Trindall, Ronaldo Mulitalo and Katoa additionally going over to seal a 24-6 victory.

The win means the Sharks end sixth and can play the Roosters on Saturday at Shark Park. Canberra is eighth and can have the powerful activity of travelling to Newcastle on Sundayfor their do-or-die conflict.