Rugby League Gamers Affiliation slams Caitlin Moran sanction following controversial Queen Elizabeth II remarks

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The Rugby League Gamers Affiliation has slammed the NRL for the “inconsistent” penalty handed right down to Newcastle Knights halfback Caitlin Moran over her social media posts in regards to the loss of life of the Queen. 

Moran was given a one-match ban and fined 25 per cent of her wage, with the effective suspended for a 12 months in lieu of an additional breach of the NRL’s Code of Conduct. 

Moran, who’s an Indigenous girl, used derogatory phrases to explain the Queen in an Instagram publish that many individuals discovered offensive.

The RLPA mentioned the effective – though suspended – was “far too extreme.”

“Caitlin’s proposed monetary punishment is one other instance of the inconsistent and disproportionate penalties handed right down to gamers,” an announcement from the RLPA mentioned.

“Case by case, the NRL has a worrying monitor document of inconsistent punishments given to gamers.”

The NRL has been criticised for permitting Penrith winger Taylan Could to play within the NRL finals regardless of banning him for 2 video games after he was convicted of assault. 

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