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Renewed debate about violence in the NRL MP3

The captain of the NSW Rugby League team, Paul Gallen, has received a one match ban after punching his opponent in the face during Wednesday's State of Origin match. The incident has renewed debate about the level of violence accepted in the game and what kind of message it's sending to the tens of thousands of children who play the sport. Some commentators believe the incident may prompt a further crack down on on-f... Source: abc.net.au

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