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This week's NEFU game is questionable as senior players at the Ringarooma football club try to overturn the court's decision, which led them to suspend the game this weekend.Launceston Attorney Adrian Hall appeals to the northYesterday afternoon, the Eastern Football League court representative accepted two-The AFL Tasmania independent court suspended for a week on Monday night.The court heard an ugly case.It is reported that more than 50 players and spectators participated in the game against liidale on May 15.Mr. Hall said that unless the appeal is heard by Saturday, an injunction approved by the court or a suspension of the appeal will be sought until a new hearing is held.This means that their scheduled match with vinelia will not be kicked or confiscated by either side.It is understood that the liidale football club, which plays for Bridgeport, is also planning similar actions.NEFU vice-President Lester Rainbow said the league's charter allowed the club to appeal the court's ruling for two days."The NEFU executive will in good faith decide on a process (tonight) and may have to submit it to AFL Tasmania," he said ."."The disappointing fact is that there may be only one NEFU football match this week."At some point, both clubs must be responsible for their actions," he said .".Mr. Hall argued that it was wrong for the tribunal to find all the players guilty on the list of senior teams in Ringarooma that day without giving them the opportunity to hear and defend the charges separately.\ "There has never been a report seen, and there has never been an opportunity to have an appropriate hearing of the tribunal to get them up and speak for themselves or ask questions to the referee, he said."The Australian football rules say that if the only purpose you go in is to remove your teammates from the incident, you will not be guilty of melee.Scott Wade, general manager of AFL Tasmania, said that in this case it would be appropriate for the two club presidents to represent the players."Everyone has the right to appeal...Personally, however, I think their actions show a lack of remorse and commitment to competition.Police officially interviewed four people on the fall attack charges.From lingeruma-The competition in May 15.A police spokesman said a large number of witnesses had been contacted in the past 11 days.No charges were made prior to further evidence and investigation.