Sport Penrith Panthers five-eighth Tyrone Peachey sarcastically claps Bryce Cartwright off as he gets sent to sin-bin

09:50  15 april  2018
09:50  15 april  2018 Source:   Sporting News

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Tyrone Peachey (born 8 August 1991) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Penrith Panthers in the National Rugby League. An Indigenous All Stars, City Origin and Prime Minister's XIII representative, he can play in several positions, at centre, second-row, lock

Panthers' Tyrone Peachey is tackled during the Round 6 NRL match between the Penrith Panthers and the Gold Coast Titans. © AAP Image/Mick Tsika Panthers' Tyrone Peachey is tackled during the Round 6 NRL match between the Penrith Panthers and the Gold Coast Titans. Penrith Panthers five-eighth Tyrone Peachey has sarcastically clapped Gold Coast Titans second-rower Bryce Cartwright from the field at Panthers Stadium after he was sin-binned in their clash on Sunday.

Cartwright was given his marching orders at the 51st minute, following a warning from the on-field officials after repeating ruck infringements close to the Panthers' line.

Given it was Cartwright's first game against his former club the Panthers, the home crowd, as you would expect, were overjoyed with the decision and let the 23-year-old know about it with a Bronx cheer.

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Penrith centre Tyrone Peachey admitted he was unsure if the ball had touched his hand or arm on "It wasn't planned [but] I knew he was going to do something," Peachey said of Cartwright . Along with the entire Panthers outfit, Anthony Griffin's men responded in fine fashion to send Manly packing.

But when he gets back to playing footy we'll get the old Bryce Cartwright back that we've seen glimpses of in the past. "I see no reason why he can't reach those goals." Utility Tyrone Peachey is also expected to arrive on the Gold Coast next year.

Cartwright played 68 games for the Panthers between 2014 and 2017.

a group of young men playing a game of football: Tyrone Peachey claps off the sin binned Bryce Cartwright. © Sporting News Tyrone Peachey claps off the sin binned Bryce Cartwright. But the home side also bore the brunt of the referees' ruck crackdown, with Panthers debutant Kaide Ellis also sent to the bin at the 68th minute.

Both teams finished the game with injury concerns, with Nathan Peats not returning to the action after suffering a rib injury in the first half, while Josh Mansour went to hospital after suffering a fractured cheekbone after collecting an accidental knee from Anthony Don when both were contesting a high ball.

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