Moore lifts lid on Giants ban

Huddersfield forwards Moore and Mason serving suspensions

Last Updated: 14/09/09 7:12pm

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Moore: In Brown's bad books

Moore: In Brown's bad books

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Huddersfield hooker Scott Moore has revealed he will miss Saturday's play-off against St Helens because of an internal suspension.

"I've no complaints. It's all on me really. They've got to do something about it. They can't let things slide. It's mine and Mase's fault."
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The England star, who is on a season-long loan from Saints, and prop forward Keith Mason were dropped for Sunday's victory over Wigan pending a disciplinary investigation.

There has been no official comment from the club but the bans are believed to relate to the players missing a training session.

And Moore, who made his England debut in the 66-12 win over France in June, lifted the lid on his punishment at an unveiling of the 2009 Super League Dream Team in which he is one of eight newcomers.

"I'm gutted at myself more than anything," Moore said. "I'm stupid for what I did. I can't do anything about it now. I've just got to train hard and hope the boys can do a job at the weekend.

"I've no complaints. It's all on me really. They've got to do something about it. They can't let things slide. It's mine and Mase's fault.

"It's put to bed now. Hopefully I can get back in the team the week after and kick on and get to the Grand Final. Hopefully I can pay them back, I feel I owe them something.

"We made a public apology to all the boys and I personally apologised to the board and Browny (head coach Nathan Brown) as well. They've all accepted it and there's no hard feelings.

"We regretted it and so it felt like it was the decent thing to do. We let ourselves down. It was just one of those things."

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