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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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