Ryan ClarkeRYAN Clarke will have his appeal to Football Federation Australia against an eight-month ban heard on Thursday.
In February,the former Maitland midfielderhad a 12-month suspension for code of conduct breaches effectively cut to eight months on appeal to Northern NSW Football. The eight- and four-month bans for the two charges remained but were altered to run concurrently.
With the support of Professional Footballers Australia, Clarke has taken his case to the FFA in the next chapter of a saga which started with the former Perth Glory trialist illegallyplaying ina H-grade interdistrict semi-final last August.
** Heavy rain failed to wash away the goodwill betweenBroadmeadow Magic and Lambton Jaffas on Sunday as they rallied together to raise $4323 for the Hunter Westpac Rescue Helicopter.
The first-grade match in the clubs’inauguralCharity Shield match at Magic Park was washed out but the groups carried on with raffles and auctions at the ground and later at the Duke of Wellington Hotel.
A Socceroos World Cup football, a signed and framed Matildas jersey and a KB United shirt were not auctioned but will go under the hammer at the Rangers of 1884 A-League grand final lunch with the Jets at Merewether Surf House on April 29.
Magic president Steve Foteff was proud of the Charity Shieldeffort, which he hopedwasthe first of many.The top-grade game has been rescheduled for 6.30pm on April 27.
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