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Newcastle Rugby League: Cessnock Goannas recruit Paul Carter back in the bad booksphotos, video

Cessnock Goanna’s Paul Carter faces suspension plus on-field scuffle Cessnock’s Paul Carter Picture: Michael Hartshorn
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POWER: Western Suburbs prop Tama Koopu takes the ball up in the Rosellas’ 20-6 win over Central Newcastle at Harker Oval on Sunday. Wests led 12-6 at the main break and kept the Butcher Boys scoreless in the second half. Ryan Walker, James Elias and Brad Tighe all crossed the stripe for the hosts. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

ON THE RUN: Western Suburbs captain Ryan Walker makes a break during the Rosellas’ 20-6 win against Central Newcastle at Harker Oval in Sunday’s season opener. The reigning player of the year scored the first try in the 21st minute. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

TweetFacebookPaul Carter (1:02:00 to 1:04:00) – video by BarTV SportsThe five-eighth makes a tackle in the 46thminute. He isthe sole defender about 20 metres out from the opposition tryline and his arm makes contact high on Maitland’sJarrod Smith. Referee John Taylor opts to put Carter on report rather than send him off. The Pickers were leading 30-0.

Less than 60 secondslater in the game, during the ensuing set of six, Carter and rival half Ryan Walsh throw punches at one another following a tackle.

Both were given 10 minutes in the sin-bin.

It was less than the ideal comeback for Carter, who was chasing redemption and a fresh start but instead found more trouble.

The 25-year-oldjoined the Goannas in 2018 following a controversial exit from the Sydney Roosters last season, a stint in a drug rehabilitation clinic in Thailand andbeing placed on a two-year good-behaviour bond by the courts in January for cocaine supply.

Over the last few months there had also beenissues with gaining a financial clearance from his most recent club at Coffs Harbour.

Maitland captain-coach Luke Dorn, his first game in the new role, saidthe Pickers’ “great attitude” was most impressive in that performance.

Elsewhere on Saturday and title holders Macquarie defeated Lakes 28-12 at Lyall Peacock Field while South Newcastle were beaten 26-10by Kurri Kurri.

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— Josh Callinan (@joshuacallinan) April 22, 2018

Sunday’s sole fixture saw Western Suburbs silence a few critics and Central Newcastle leave Harker Oval with more questions than they answered.

The Rosellas accounted for the Butcher Boys 20-6.

“It’s nice to get the monkey off the back a bit because a number of people, both internally and externally, questioned the pathway that we’ve taken in relation to who we let go and who we recruited,” Wests coach Matt Lantry said.

In the other dressing room, Central coach Craig Miller wasn’t impressed.

“That wasn’t good enough,” he said. “We were out-enthused,dropped too much ball and weren’t fit enough. I think we would have been beaten by most sides today.”

ROUND 2: Cessnock v Kurri; Central v Macquarie; Lakes v Wests; Souths v Maitland.

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