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Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah is facing two weeks on the sideline after he was charged with a dangerous throw by the NRL match review committee on Monday.

Farah was charged for his tackle on Dragons halfback Ben Hornby in the 4th minute of Friday night’s clash at WIN Jubilee Oval.

The Wests Tigers hooker will miss two weeks if he takes the early guilty plea, but could face three weeks if he fights the charge at the NRL judiciary and loses.

Dragons Jeremy Latimore and Melbourne’s Todd Lowrie were both charged with Grade 1 offences, but will be free to play if they take the early guilty plea.

Latimore was charged with a Grade 1 careless high tackle on Wests Tigers five-eighth Benji Marshall in the 26th minute, but will be free to take on the Sea Eagles in Round 4 with the early plea.

Lowrie was charged with Grade 1 dangerous contact for his tackle on Titans forward Nate Myles in the 78th minute, but will be free to take on the Roosters on Sunday afternoon with the early plea.

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