Justin Horo faces a minimum three weeks on the sidelines after being charged by the NRL Match Review Committee. Credit: Robb Cox/NRL Photos. Copyright: Robb Cox/NRL Photos.
Sea Eagles second-rower Justin Horo will spend the next three weeks on the sidelines for a crusher tackle in Manly's 40-8 win over the Tigers last Friday night.
With an early plea to a Grade 3 Dangerous Contact Charge, Horo will cop a three-match suspension for his 11th-minute tackle on Tigers fullback Mitch Moses, and will be next available for the Sea Eagles for their Round 22 clash with the Rabbitohs.
Tigers skipper Robbie Farah was also charged with a Grade 1 Dangerous Throw out of Friday night's clash, though he will be available for his side's Sunday afternoon showdown with the Bulldogs having taken the early guilty plea.