By Renee Bogakto, Image Credit - @troyridgley/twitter.com
The NRL has sent a warning letter to Raiders winger Jordan Rapana after he flipped the double bird at match officials.
It’s after he was denied a try in the Raiders golden point loss to the Cowboys.
It’s understood Rapana wasn’t charged because there was a fair bit of distance between him and the refs, making it too hard to determine if the gesture was actually meant for them.
While Rapana left Townsville a free man, two of his teammates weren’t so lucky.
Joey Leilua copped a grade one contrary conduct charge and Clay Priest was nabbed for dangerous contact.
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