Judiciary: Napa, McKendry, Raiders charged
Roosters prop Dylan Napa is set to miss next week's match over a careless high tackle after being charged by the NRL match review committee.
Napa was charged over a hit on Wests Tigers fullback James Tedesco in the first minute of Sunday's clash at ANZ Stadium and with 50 carry-over points to his name will miss one match if he pleads guilty or is found guilty at the judiciary.
Panthers forward Sam McKendry faces a two-match ban for a shoulder charge on Melbourne's Cameron Munster on Saturday.
McKendry will miss Penrith's next two matches if he pleads guilty to the charge, and because of 76 carry-over points to his name risks missing three matches if he challenges the charge at the judiciary and is unsuccessful.
Raiders pair Jack Wighton and Shannon Boyd both face the prospect of missing at least one week after Canberra's clash with Manly on Friday night.
Boyd was cited for a shoulder charge on Sea Eagles lock Jake Trbojevic, while Wighton was charged for contact with match official Brett Suttor in the 37th minute.
The Raiders will have until midday on Tuesday to enter a plea for both players.