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Radley fined, banned two games for Byron Bay off-field incident

Roosters forward Victor Radley has been fined $20,000 and banned two games for tackling a person in the street during an off-season incident.

The NRL announced on Wednesday that 50% of Radley's fine would be suspended for 12 months and that he had been directed to complete an "appropriate education and training course".

Radley has accepted the breach notice and apologised for his actions in the incident which occurred in Byron Bay on December 30.

According to the NRL statement, he was found to have "breached the game’s code of conduct when he tackled an individual in a street" and the penalty reflects his conduct and failure to report the incident.

Radley will need to report back to his club and the NRL after completing the education and training course.

The premiership-winning lock played seven matches last season before tearing his ACL and is close to being back to full fitness.

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