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SportSharks prop Andrew Fifita angrily slaps Roosters gun Victor Radley

19:40  13 april  2019
19:40  13 april  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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It didn't take long for the Sharks' clash with the Roosters to become heated, with Andrew Fifita angrily slapping Victor Radley on the head in the opening minute.

Sydney captain Boyd Cordner carted the ball up in the first set at PointsBet Stadium in the Sutherland Shire and Radley attempted to push Fifita off his captain.

The Cronulla prop's fuse ran out quickly, spinning on his heel to grab young Radley before whacking him over the noggin as he ran back onside.

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"Now there's a problem here," said Fox League commentator Warren Smith.

"Victor Radley and Andrew Fifita, it was an open-handed slap across the chops from Fifita on Radley."

Sharks prop Andrew Fifita angrily slaps Roosters gun Victor Radley © Provided by Perform Media Channels Limited

Radley, again filling in at hooker with Jake Friend injured, was seemingly stunned by the blow from Fifita and missed the next play-the-ball, with Sio Siua Taukeiaho arriving just before Cronulla's markers pounced.

"They could have easily turned it over," said Smith.

Fifita was named skipper of the Sharks for the Roosters match with Paul Gallen pulling out late due to the rib cartilage injury that sidelined him last weekend.

Cronulla scrapped hard in the first half but Sydney led 12-0 at the break after tries from Cooper Cronk and Latrell Mitchell.

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