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Panthers and New Zealand speedster Dallin Watene-Zelezniak.

New Zealand's Dallin Watene-Zelezniak is in doubt for the Anzac test after being charged with a grade one dangerous throw on Wade Graham late in Penrith's win over the Sharks at Pepper Stadium on Sunday. 

The young winger, named as part of Stephen Kearney's squad for the annual clash, will miss the match if he accepts an early guilty plea or unsuccessfully challenges the charge.

Sharks prop Chris Heighington was slapped with a grade three dangerous throw charge for his tackle on Jeremy Latimore. The base penalty for the charge is 525 points, with an early guilty plea meaning the experienced forward will miss three games, while he could miss five if he fights the charge at the NRL judiciary and loses.

Steve Matai is facing a week on the sidelines, cited by the NRL match review committee for two separate incidents from Manly's Anzac Day win over the Storm in Melbourne.

Matai attracted the attention of the committee for his shot on Storm centre Will Chambers in the 28th minute, as well as being charged for contact with a match official.

Roosters forward Dylan Napa and Broncos prop Josh McGuire (both carless high tackle), as well as Knights lock Jeremy Smith (tripping) will all escape suspension with an early guilty plea.


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