Ok, so this is something i've been meaning to ask for a while, but it keeps slipping my mind. And i think today (after seeing the weekend's highlights) the question has stuck in my mind moreso than usual becuase of the events having been seen. So Brent Webb got put "on report" twice in the space of a minute for dangerous high tackles before being sin binned for a third high tackle. Vangana got sent off for leading with his forearm into contact - and in result left a player injured on the floor. So is this "on report" thing the equivalent to that when an issue gets put to in independant citing commission? I pressume Webb's offences will still be "on report" but in Union, if the offence was bad enough and the player still got sin binned then a citing commission still might be brought into play after the match to decide upon a hearing what action should be taken to punish the player. Will this happen to Vangana? Also, something that's been bugging me, i've not been watching the code for long, but i very often hear the referee calling "on report" yet i never hear anything come of it post-match. Maybe i'm not looking in the right places for the news, but are a majority of these "on report" offences just thrown out the window? In Union, it's the extreme cases that get seen to and still a lot of people are let off the hook. But in League it seems to me that if a ref is unsure of an offence he'll put it on report - so i believe, inevitably, more cases will be dismissed. I know i've babbled on for a bit, but i just basically wanted to know if justice was served in this sport - or are they leniant to the players.