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The weak act - Australian Rugby league News
globalrugbyleague - Thu, 03 Jan 2008 06:15:00 GMT
North Queensland back-rower Luke O'Donnell has vowed not to get square with the players responsible for the wishbone tackle that left him out of action for several months.

The Test star - who returns to training today 7 months after suffering a severed hamstring - didn't hold back on letting his feelings be known about those involved in the tackle that tore all three hamstring tendons from his pelvis.

It was disappointing for me to see something like that go unpunished or unchecked - no one had to answer for it.

"I wouldn't like to see it happen to anyone else.

"One guy in particular took it a bit far and did something silly. To have guys on me then have a guy come in and grab my leg and see how far he could twist it. It wasn't a real brave act.

"Injuries and accidents happen in a contact sport but it didn't look like a spur of the moment thing.

"It was a pretty weak act."

A square up during the round 13 clash between the Wests Tigers and North Queensland in Sydney will not eventuate according to the experienced work-horse.

I'm just concentrating on myself and getting my game back in order.

"I've got a lot to look forward to - getting my rep spots back, things like that." - Read More, Here