25th September 01:55 AM
Cameron Smith suspended after pleading guilty to a wishbone tackle on Kevin Proctor
By Iva Danford
Tuesday 15/05/2018
Melbourne Storm captain Cameron Smith has been suspended for Saturday’s NRL clash with Manly after pleading guilty to a wishbone tackle on Kevin Proctor.

Melbourne Storm captain Cameron Smith has been suspended for Saturday’s NRL clash with Manly after pleading guilty to a wishbone tackle on Kevin Proctor.

Smith on Monday accepted the one‑match ban after being charged with a grade‑two dangerous contact charge for pulling former teammate Proctor’s leg during Saturday’s win over the Gold Coast Titans.

The 34‑year‑old missed the 2008 preliminary final against Cronulla and the grand final against the Sea Eagles when he was banned for two games for a grapple tackle.

The Melbourne Storm will take on the Sea Eagles at 9.35pm this Saturday.

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