''I just wish we could get some clear clarification on what we are and are not allowed to do,'' the Gold Coast player said. ''They said if you throw a punch, you get 10 in the bin. If you don't throw a punch, you're sweet. I just don't Fendi Clutch Peekaboo
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"That was always going to happen that's the consequence."
Merrin maintained that he could not think about the ramifications in the heat of the moment.
"It's a game of footy, things get heated, and it just happened," the St George Illawarra player said.
Merrin conceded he deserved to be binned, and said he knew his fate after throwing punches at Tate.
''I said [to the referee] that I didn't throw a punch. I said, 'they made a rule, I abided by the rule', I should have just unleashed I would have got the same penalty. It's frustrating when you abide by the rules and still get penalised. I don't understand it.
"When something happens to one of your teammates, you've got to do what you have to do."
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"It's too quick, the game's too quick," Merrin said. "Things just happened out there. It's out of my hands now.
the new edict would be policed in time for the decider.
''They made a rule, I guess to stop things like this happening, you abide by the rules and still get punished,'' Bird said. ''I don't understand. I ran in and tried to break the fight up. I still somehow get 10 in the bin for not even throwing a punch.
''Two seconds before that, a blatant elbow gets less than I got.''
NSW forward Greg Bird has demanded the NRL clarify its edict on fighting after he was one of four players sin binned in Wednesday night's State of Origin, even though he said he did not throw a punch.
Bird was binned, along with teammate Trent Merrin and Queenslanders Justin Hodges and Brent Tate after the 54th minute incident, during which Merrin and Hodges were the only players seen to throw punches.
"I'm going to put that behind us and concentrate on game three.
''I hope someone comes out and explains the rules,'' Bird said. ''An apology would be nice, because I didn't break the rules. That's plain and simple. I didn't do anything wrong in my opinion, and I got penalised and got 10 in the bin.''
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