The Canberra Raiders will appeal the $20,000 fine handed down to coach Ricky Stuart after he walked out of a press conference.
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The NRL dished out the record fine after Stuart walked out of the press conference after just 25 seconds after refusing to comment on the game.
Stuart was found to have breached five different areas of the NRL’s media policy, including threatening to repeat his infamous dummy spit.
According to AAP, the Raiders have confirmed they will appeal the fine.
Stuart has now racked up an incredible $125,000 in NRL fines for criticising referees and officials, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Gold Coast Titans coach Neil Henry got off a lot more lightly after he was found guilty of making comments surrounding a questionable vide referee decision.
Henry was handed a written warning detailing his obligations when discussing issues match officials.