Four players head to judiciary
Four players will head to the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night, with South Sydney's Issac Luke (shoulder charge), Roosters duo Aidan Guerra (shoulder charge) and Blake Ferguson (tripping) and Manly's Jorge Taufua (shoulder charge) all pleading not guilty on Tuesday afternoon.
Souths duo Luke Keary and Luke both elected to take the early plea for their respective charges from Thursday night's win over the Cowboys, however Luke will head to the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night to contest his grade one shoulder charge on Johnathan Thurston.
Guerra and Taufua will both challenge their respective shoulder charge citing's at the judiciary. They will both miss two matches if found guilty by the NRL judiciary.
Ferguson will not miss any matches even if he is found guilty by the NRL judiciary.
Canberra's Jordan Rapana will miss two matches after taking an early plea for his shoulder charge, while Titans back-rower Lachlan Burr will also miss a match following his guilty plea to a shoulder charge.
Warriors prop Sam Rapira will miss a week for a dangerous throw on Lewis Brown, while Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Sam Tomkins, Mitchell Barnett and Agnatius Paasi all escape suspension with the early guilty plea.