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    Klemmer charged but free to play Origin II


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    Sun 17 Jun 2018, 04:14 PM



    Bulldogs and NSW prop David Klemmer will be free to play State of Origin II despite being hit with a dangerous contact charge in his side's round 15 loss to the Titans.

    Klemmer was charged over a 79th-minute tackle on Titans five-eighth AJ Brimson but can avoid a ban with an early guilty plea.

    Sharks co-captain Paul Gallen can also avoid suspension if he pleads guilty to a dangerous contact charge for a 75th-minute tackle on Brisbane's Joe Ofahengaue.

    Meanwhile Manly forward Joel Thompson is facing a fine for a careless high tackle on Dragons centre Euan Aitken.

    Earlier rookie Eels hooker Reed Mahoney was facing a one-game suspension after picking up a second charge in as many NRL games.

    Mahoney took the early plea for a grade one dangerous throw charge on Justin O'Neill last week, picking up 75 carry-over points in the process.

    The new charge, for dangerous contact on Rabbitohs forward Cameron Murray, will attract 90 points for an early plea or 120 for an unsuccessful challenge meaning Mahoney would need a successful judiciary challenge to avoid a one-game suspension.


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    Bulldogs and NSW prop David Klemmer is free to play State of Origin II despite being hit with a dangerous contact charge in his side's round 15 loss to the Titans.

    Klemmer was charged over a 79th-minute tackle on Titans five-eighth AJ Brimson has avoided a ban with an early guilty plea.

    Sharks co-captain Paul Gallen has also avoided suspension by pleading guilty to a dangerous contact charge for a 75th-minute tackle on Brisbane's Joe Ofahengaue.

    Meanwhile Manly forward Joel Thompson accepted a fine for a careless high tackle on Dragons centre Euan Aitken.

    Warriors forward Adam Blair will miss two matches over a dangerous contact charge resulting from a tackle on Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt. It means he was unavailable for next week's New Zealand-England Test in Denver.

    Roosters centre Josh Manu has copped a one-match suspension over a grade one dangerous contact charge on Panthers winger Tyronne Phillips, due to having 50 carryover points to his name, while Blair's Warriors teammate Peta Hiku has avoided suspension with an early guilty plea after being charged with a grade one dangerous throw on Kane Linnett.

    Rookie Eels hooker Reed Mahoney accepted a one-game suspension after picking up a second charge in as many NRL games.

    Mahoney took the early plea for a grade one dangerous throw charge on Justin O'Neill last week, picking up 75 carry-over points in the process.

    The new charge, for dangerous contact on Rabbitohs forward Cameron Murray, attracted 90 points for an early plea.


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    Roosters enforcer Victor Radley has been charged with dangerous contact on the Storm's Christian Welch in the 50th minute of Friday's clash at Adelaide Oval.

    The grade one charge carries a penalty of 90 points but Radley has 25 carryover points, meaning he will miss the Roosters' round 18 clash against the Titans unless he can have the charge overturned at the judiciary.

    The Roosters have a bye in round 17.


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    Panthers prop James Tamou is facing a fine over a contrary conduct charge for making contact with the head of Manly's Dylan Walker during Saturday's loss to the Sea Eagles Panthers Stadium.

    Tamou is facing a $1500 fine if found guilty by the judiciary but can accept a $1100 fine with an early guilty plea.

    Bulldogs half Jeremy Marshall-King was charged with a grade one dangerous throw on Newcastle's Aiden Guerra but can avoid suspension with an early guilty plea.


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    Clark, Radley facing one-game suspensions


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    Mon 2 Jul 2018, 11:36 AM



    Rabbitohs prop Jason Clark is facing a one-match ban with a dangerous contact charge over a tackle on Cowboys star Jason Taumalolo.

    With 70 carry-over points to his name Clark would miss a match with an early guilty plea or if he's found guilty at the judiciary.

    Wests Tigers forward Michael Chee-Kam can avoid suspension with an early plea after being charged with making dangerous contact to the head or neck of Titans centre Dale Copley, while Cowboys forward Shaun Fensom can also avoid a ban if he pleads guilty to a dangerous contact charge.

    Panthers prop James Tamou is facing a fine over a contrary conduct charge for making contact with the head of Manly's Dylan Walker during Saturday's loss to the Sea Eagles Panthers Stadium.

    Tamou is facing a $1500 fine if found guilty by the judiciary but can accept a $1100 fine with an early guilty plea.

    Bulldogs half Jeremy Marshall-King was charged with a grade one dangerous throw on Newcastle's Aiden Guerra but can avoid suspension with an early guilty plea.

    Roosters enforcer Victor Radley was charged with dangerous contact on the Storm's Christian Welch in the 50th minute of Friday's clash at Adelaide Oval.

    The grade one charge carries a penalty of 90 points but Radley has 25 carryover points, meaning he will miss the Roosters' round 18 clash against the Titans unless he can have the charge overturned at the judiciary. The Roosters have a bye in round 17.

    Dragons prop Paul Vaughan has been charged with tripping but will not miss any matches.

    The NSW prop was handed a grade-one charge for a 45th-minute incident on Eels prop David Gower in St George Illawarra's narrow win in Wollongong but will cop an $1100 fine with an early plea or $1500 if he contests the charge and is found guilty.


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    Clark, Radley accept one-match bans


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    Tue 3 Jul 2018, 04:15 PM



    Roosters enforcer Victor Radley has been suspended for one match after being charged with making dangerous contact on the Storm's Christian Welch in the 50th minute of Friday's clash at Adelaide Oval.

    The grade one charge carried a penalty of 90 points but Radley had 25 carryover points, meaning he will miss the Roosters' round 18 clash against the Titans after pleading guilty. The Roosters have a bye in round 17.

    Rabbitohs utility Jason Clark has also received a one-match ban for a dangerous contact charge over a tackle on Cowboys star Jason Taumalolo.

    With 70 carry-over points to his name Clark will miss one game.

    Wests Tigers forward Michael Chee-Kam has avoided suspension with an early plea after being charged with making dangerous contact to the head or neck of Titans centre Dale Copley, while Cowboys forward Shaun Fensom has also avoided a ban after pleading guilty to a dangerous contact charge.

    Panthers prop James Tamou entered an early guilty plea to a contrary conduct charge for making contact with the head of Manly's Dylan Walker on Saturday and was fined $1100.

    Bulldogs half Jeremy Marshall-King was charged with a grade one dangerous throw on Newcastle's Aiden Guerra and avoided suspension with an early guilty plea.

    Dragons prop Paul Vaughan was charged with tripping but will not miss any matches.

    The NSW prop was handed a grade-one charge for a 45th-minute incident on Eels prop David Gower in St George Illawarra's narrow win in Wollongong but copped an $1100 fine with an early plea.


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    Hame Sele charged by Match Review Committee


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    Fri 6 Jul 2018, 11:56 AM


    Dragons forward Hame Sele has been charged with a dangerous throw by the NRL Match Review Committee.

    Sele's 29th-minute challenge on Storm winger Young Tonumaipea attracted a grade one charge, which carries 100 demerit points.

    Sele has no prior offences or loading and can avoid a ban with an early plea but faces a week out with an unsuccessful challenge.


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    Tapine facing two-week ban


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    Sun 8 Jul 2018, 03:39 PM


    Canberra forward Joseph Tapine is facing a two-week ban after being charged by the NRL match review committee over an incident in the Raiders' dramatic win over Canterbury on Saturday night.

    Tapine has been handed a grade-one dangerous-contact charge for an incident on Bulldogs hooker Michael Lichaa in the 26th minute. Tapine was charged after he was the third defender into a tackle on Lichaa which ended up with the Bulldog landing in a dangerous position.

    With 85 carryover points to be added, he is facing two weeks if he submits an early guilty plea or if he unsuccessfully challenges the charge at the judiciary.

    Dragons forward Hame Sele was charged with a dangerous throw earlier in the round.

    Sele's 29th-minute challenge on Storm winger Young Tonumaipea attracted a grade one charge, which carries 100 demerit points.

    Sele has no prior offences or loading and can avoid a ban with an early plea but faces a week out with an unsuccessful challenge.


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    Canberra forward Joseph Tapine will front the judiciary on Tuesday night after being charged by the NRL match review committee over an incident in the Raiders' dramatic win over Canterbury on Saturday night.

    Facing a two-match suspension, Tapine has elected to fight the charge at the judiciary. He was handed a grade-one dangerous-contact charge for an incident on Bulldogs hooker Michael Lichaa in the 26th minute.

    Tapine was charged after he was the third defender into a tackle on Lichaa which ended up with the Bulldog landing in a dangerous position.

    If he's found not guilty he will escape suspension and if found guilty he faces a two-week ban and 45 carryover points. He was also facing a two-match ban if he entered an early guilty plea.

    Dragons forward Hame Sele was charged with a dangerous throw earlier in the round.

    Sele's 29th-minute challenge on Storm winger Young Tonumaipea attracted a grade one charge, which carries 100 demerit points.

    Sele has no prior offences or loading and will avoid a ban after entering early plea.


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