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Tuesday, 17 September, 2002, 13:13 GMT 14:13 UK
Morley banned from semi
Adrian Morley faces a one-week ban
Morley has vowed not to curb his aggression
Adrian Morley will miss the Sydney Roosters' biggest game of the season so far after picking up his second suspension of the year.

But the Great Britain forward vowed to keep faith with the aggressive style that has landed him in trouble with the Australian authorities.

Morley will miss Sunday's National Rugby League (NRL) semi-final against Newcastle after pleading guilty to a tripping charge.

The hearing arose from an incident in last Friday's qualifying win over Cronulla.


It's got to a point where you can't do anything
Adrian Morley

Morley's suspension is his third since his move Down Under at the beginning of last year.

"It's got to a point where you can't do anything," he said of his offence.

"I thought I had a case to fight, but looking at the video there's definite contact.

"If you try and fight it, they'll just say there's all this evidence. That's the way the system works."

But he added: "Hopefully, I'll keep my aggression. That's what my game is based on.


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