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    Manly prop Addin Fonua-Blake faces a two-week suspension after being charged for two separate dangerous contact offences in his side's loss to Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday.

    The Sea Eagles' big man was charged for an eighth-minute challenge of a Benji Marshall kick and for a 36th-minute incident involving Wests Tigers prop Russell Packer.

    Fonua-Blake will miss just one match if he pleads guilty to both charges. He will miss two games if he challenges the charges and loses.

    In the other incident to attract the attention of the judiciary in that match, Manly forward Joel Thompson has been fined following a tripping offence on Corey Thompson in the 52nd minute.

    If Thompson accepts the early guilty plea his fine will be $1350. If he challenges the penalty and loses the fine will be $1800.

    There were no charges in the Warriors-Bulldogs and Cowboys-Dragons matches.


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    Parramatta centre Michael Jennings is set to cop a one-match ban over a high tackle, while Penrith's Waqa Blake is facing a fine for contrary conduct.

    Jennings has been hit with a grade two careless high tackle charge for his 54th-minute hit on Isaah Yeo on Sunday.

    He will miss one match if he pleads guilty or is found guilty at the judiciary.

    Blake is facing a $1,350 fine if he pleads guilty to a contrary conduct charge over an incident involving Parramatta's Mitch Moses.

    Manly prop Addin Fonua-Blake faces a two-week suspension after being charged for two separate dangerous contact offences in his side's loss to Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday.

    The Sea Eagles' big man was charged for an eighth-minute challenge of a Benji Marshall kick and for a 36th-minute incident involving Wests Tigers prop Russell Packer.

    Fonua-Blake will miss just one match if he pleads guilty to both charges. He will miss two games if he challenges the charges and loses.

    In the other incident to attract the attention of the judiciary in that match, Manly forward Joel Thompson has been fined following a tripping offence on Corey Thompson in the 52nd minute.

    If Thompson accepts the early guilty plea his fine will be $1350. If he challenges the penalty and loses the fine will be $1800.

    There were no charges in the Warriors-Bulldogs and Cowboys-Dragons matches.

    Meanwhile, Roosters centre Latrell Mitchell faces a fine after being charged by the match review committee for a high tackle on Sam Burgess in Friday night's 26-16 loss to the Rabbitohs.

    Mitchell was at the centre of a heated clash with South players in the game's closing seconds but it was his 55th-minute shot on Burgess which earned the NSW Origin star a grade one careless high tackle charge.

    Mitchell will have to fork out $1650 for an early plea or will be slugged $2100 if he challenges the charge and is found guilty.


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    Round 1 charges: Jennings, Fonua-Blake, Lodge cop suspensions


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    Tue 19 Mar 2019, 12:20 PM



    Parramatta centre Michael Jennings has copped a one-match ban over a high tackle, while Matthew Lodge and Addin Fonua-Blake also received suspensions from round one.

    Jennings has been hit with a grade two careless high tackle charge for his 54th-minute hit on Isaah Yeo on Sunday.

    He will miss one match if he pleads guilty or is found guilty at the judiciary.

    Panthers centre Waqa Blake accepted a $1,350 fine over a contrary conduct charge over an incident involving Parramatta's Mitch Moses.

    Manly prop Fonua-Blake has copped a one-week suspension after being charged for two dangerous contact offences in his side's loss to Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday.

    The Sea Eagles' big man was charged for an eighth-minute challenge of a Benji Marshall kick and for a 36th-minute incident involving Wests Tigers prop Russell Packer.

    Fonua-Blake pleaded guilty to both charges.

    In the other incident to attract the attention of the judiciary in that match, Manly forward Joel Thompson has been fined $1350 following a tripping offence on Corey Thompson in the 52nd minute.

    Roosters centre Latrell Mitchell was fined $1650 after being charged by the match review committee for a high tackle on Sam Burgess in Friday night's 26-16 loss to the Rabbitohs.

    Mitchell was at the centre of a heated clash with South players in the game's closing seconds but it was his 55th-minute shot on Burgess which earned the NSW Origin star a grade one careless high tackle charge.

    Brisbane prop Lodge has accepted a two-match ban over a dangerous tackle charge on Melbourne five-eighth Cameron Munster in Thursday night's season-opener.

    Lodge will miss Friday's home game against North Queensland and the round-three home meeting with the Dragons.


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    Rabbitohs forward Liam Knight is facing a suspension after being charged with dangerous contact during Thursday night's win over the Dragons.

    Knight was hit with a grade two charge over a 28th-minute tackle on St George Illawarra prop James Graham.

    If he pleads guilty to the charge he'd miss one match, while if he unsuccessfully fights the charge he would miss two matches.

    No other players were charged from Thursday night's game.


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    Round 2 charges: Warriors prop faces two-match ban


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    Mon 25 Mar 2019, 12:31 PM



    Warriors prop Sam Lisone is facing a two-week suspension over a dangerous contact charge from Sunday's clash with the Wests Tigers.

    Lisone was charged with making dangerous contact with the head or neck of Tigers forward Thomas Mikaele, and with two prior similar offences and one non-similar offence in the past two years, plus 72 carry-over points to his name, he is set to miss the next two rounds with a guilty plea or if found guilty at the judiciary.

    Meanwhile, Rabbitohs forward Liam Knight will dispute the grading of his dangerous contact charge from Thursday night's win over the Dragons.

    Knight was hit with a grade two charge over a 28th-minute tackle on St George Illawarra prop James Graham.

    If he pleaded guilty to the charge he'd miss one match. A downgrade to the charge would see him escape a suspension.

    No other players were charged from round two matches.


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    Rabbitoh Knight and Warrior Lisone both cop two matches


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    Rabbitoh Liam Knight and Warrior Sam Lisone have both been found guilty at the judiciary on Tuesday night and will each miss two matches.

    Knight was hit with a grade two charge over a 28th-minute tackle on St George Illawarra prop James Graham but disputed the grading.

    Had he pleaded guilty to the charge he would have missed just one match and a successful downgrade would have seen him escape a suspension.

    Knight will now miss the Bunnies' games against Gold Coast and Manly.

    Lisone was found guilty of dangerous contact grade one on the head or neck of Tigers forward Thomas Mikaele in last Sunday's game at Campbelltown.

    With two prior similar offences and one non-similar offence in the past two years, plus 72 carry-over points to his name, Lisone was going to miss two rounds with a guilty plea or if found guilty at the judiciary.

    Lisone will now miss the Warriors' clashes with Manly and the Gold Coast Titans.


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    Leilua pleads guilty to dangerous contact charge


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    Mon 1 Apr 2019, 12:49 PM


    Raiders centre Joey Leilua has entered a guilty plea to dangerous contact charge but will be free to play this week.

    Leilua was charged over the incident which occurred after he was tackled by Knights lock Tim Glasby in the 68th minute of in Canberra's 17-10 home win.

    He will receive 74 carry-over points after pleading guilty and is free to face the Cowboys on Saturday.


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    Tevita Pangai jnr is facing a suspension of two or three weeks after he was charged with dangerous contact for his controversial tackle on Cooper Cronk on Thursday night.

    The Brisbane forward drew the ire of the Roosters team and fans alike after he tackled Cronk late after a pass in the 17th minute.

    Pangai was charged with grade-two dangerous contact. If he submits an early guilty plea he will miss two matches but if he unsuccessfully contests the charge at the judiciary, he will receive a three-game suspension.

    Cronk laughed off the late hit that put Pangai on report. It also sparked debate on whether the sin bin should be used in such cases.

    Pangai's shot in the back was described by Channel 9 commentator and eighth Immortal Andrew Johns as a "dog shot".

    "It's part of the job description, as part of your role as a ball player you've got to go into the line and create some space for the outside players," Cronk said.

    "The officials will take care of all that stuff. As long as I keep getting up and standing I'll keep doing my job.

    "I'd prefer not to [be hit late] but sometimes it's part of football. Sometimes they do it so halves don't go into the line and create space but I'll keep doing that for my team as long as guys can take advantage of it."

    Asked about the trend of forward looking to intimidate halves with shots that can err on the side of late and dangerous, Cronk – stressing he was speaking in general terms rather than the Pangai incident – said "If it's late, high, aggressive contact then wipe it out of the game completely."

    In terms of that incident specifically he added: "If you want to talk about the individual one, there's a question mark whether it could maybe have been 10 in the bin... I trust the officials to do the right job, and I think it was put on report, they'll judge that accordingly."


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    Melbourne winger Suliasi Vunivalu has been hit with a grade two dangerous contact charge for a leg pull on Bulldogs fullback Nick Meaney in Sunday's game at AAMI Park.

    The incident took place in the 10th minute of the Storm's 18-16 win and will result in a one-match ban if Vunivalu takes an early guilty plea or two weeks if he fights the charge and is found guilty at the judiciary.

    Bulldogs winger Ofahiki Ogden was charged with dangerous contact to the head/neck on Will Chambers in the same game but will not miss a game if he takes an early guilty plea.

    Manly back-rower Joel Thompson has been charged for tripping for a second time in four weeks and will be fined $1,900 if he enters an early plea.

    In round one he was fined $1,350 for tripping Tigers winger Corey Thompson during the 20-6 loss at Leichhardt Oval.

    In Friday night action, Warriors hooker Jazz Tevaga and Titans prop Moeaki Fotuaiki are facing one-week suspensions after being charged with dangerous contact offences.

    Tevaga is facing a one-match ban due to the loading resulting from a prior similar offence unless he beats the charge at the judiciary.

    The 60 carry-over points Fotuaiki has against his name means he faces a one-week suspension unless he is successful at the judiciary.

    Panthers forward Isaah Yeo has been hit with a grade one dangerous contact charge after being placed on report for a crusher tackle in Friday night's 9-8 golden point victory over the Wests Tigers.

    Yeo was charged with dangerous contact to the head or neck in relation to the 50th-minute tackle on Tigers backrower Luke Garner.

    Yeo will not miss any games with an early guilty plea. The 24-year-old has the benefit of a clean judiciary record over the last two years.

    Meanwhile, Brisbane's Tevita Pangai has accepted a suspension of two weeks after he was charged with dangerous contact for his controversial tackle on Cooper Cronk on Thursday night.


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    Suspend trippers it is a dog act. That fine sure cured Joel Thompson.
     
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    Wallace, McGuire among six players charged


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    Gold Coast prop Jarrod Wallace is facing a two-match suspension for a shoulder charge in the Titans' 30-24 upset of the Panthers.

    Wallace was among six players charged on a busy Friday night after his 55th-minute shot on Dallin Watene-Zelezniak.

    He will be suspended for two weeks if he takes an early plea or three if found guilty.

    Titans hooker Mitch Rein was charged with a dangerous throw on Panthers halfback Nathan Cleary in the 10th minute and is free to play in round six if he accepts an early plea.

    Three North Queensland players were charged in their 18-12 home loss to unbeaten Melbourne - all for incidents involving Storm five-eighth Cameron Munster.

    Lock Josh McGuire was slapped with a $3350 fine for contrary conduct, winger Nene Macdonald was charged with dangerous contact with the head/neck, while forward Kurt Baptiste also copped a dangerous contact charge.

    Storm prop Christian Welch received a dangerous contact charge for a 79th-minute hit on Te Maire Martin.

    Macdonald, Baptiste and Welch are all eligible to play in round six if they take early pleas.


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    Fonua-Blake, Manu, Sironen facing charges


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    Sun 14 Apr 2019, 11:53 AM



    Manly Sea Sea Eagles prop Addin Fonua-Blake faces a two match-ban for his late hit on Knights halfback and kicker Mitchell Pearce.

    The Tonga international was among three players charges over Saturday night's round five action.

    Fonua-Blake was handed a grade one careless high-tackle charge on Pearce in Manly's 26-18 win, but will spend two weeks on the sidelines since he has carry over points from an earlier offences.

    Roosters centre Joey Manu was charged with dangerous contact for his alleged crusher tackle on Sharks winger Sione Katoa in the 30-16 win at PointsBet Stadium and faces a week out.

    A second Sea Eagles player, second rower Curtis Sironen, faces a careless high tackle charge against Kalyn Ponga but can play the Dragons next weekend with an early plea.

    From Friday night's games, Gold Coast prop Jarrod Wallace is facing a two-match suspension for a shoulder charge in the Titans' 30-24 upset of the Panthers.

    Wallace was among six players charged on a busy night after his 55th-minute shot on Dallin Watene-Zelezniak.

    He will be suspended for two weeks if he takes an early plea or three if found guilty.

    Titans hooker Mitch Rein was charged with a dangerous throw on Panthers halfback Nathan Cleary in the 10th minute and is free to play in round six if he accepts an early plea.

    Three North Queensland players were charged in their 18-12 home loss to unbeaten Melbourne - all for incidents involving Storm five-eighth Cameron Munster.

    Lock Josh McGuire was slapped with a $3350 fine for contrary conduct, winger Nene Macdonald was charged with dangerous contact with the head/neck, while forward Kurt Baptiste also copped a dangerous contact charge.

    Storm prop Christian Welch received a dangerous contact charge for a 79th-minute hit on Te Maire Martin.

    Macdonald, Baptiste and Welch are all eligible to play in round six if they take early pleas.


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