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Should Wade Graham miss Origin for a careless tackle?

Wade Graham of the Sharks (right) is congratulated by teammate Paul Gallen after being named in the NSW State of Origin team
Wade Graham of the Sharks (right) is congratulated by teammate Paul Gallen after being named in the NSW State of Origin team CRAIG GOLDING

OPINIONS are divided on whether NSW forward Wade Graham should miss a State of Origin game over a careless tackle in an NRL club game on Monday night.

Ironically the player he hit with a high shot was Queensland five-eighth Johnathan Thurston.

Graham will head to the NSW rugby league judiciary in Sydney tonight to plead his innocence in a bid to play the biggest game of his career.

The question seems to be is missing an Origin game for a minor indiscretion at club level fair?

Graham's fate and his Origin debut is the hands of the judiciary
 

Do you think Wade Graham will get off?

This poll ended on 15 July 2016.

Current Results

Yes, and so he should. This is ridiculous.

15%

Yes, but only because there is no justice

38%

No, the judiciary will punish him and so they should

42%

No, because they don't have the common sense to let it go

3%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  rugby league sport state of origin 2016



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