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Raiders fullback Jack Wighton was one of two Canberra players charged by the NRL match review committee in Round 13.

Canberra Raiders duo Jack Wighton and Shannon Boyd will both miss the Round 14 Telstra Premiership clash with Brisbane after entering early guilty pleas to match review charges.

Raiders fullback Wighton accepted an early plea for making contact with referee Brett Suttor during Canberra's win over Manly while front-rower Boyd pleaded guilty to a shoulder charge on Manly forward Jake Trbojevic.

With Canberra having a bye in Round 15, both players will be eligible to return to NRL action for the Raiders' Round 16 clash with the Titans.

Sydney Rooster Dylan Napa and Penrith's Sam McKendry have until midday Tuesday to enter pleas to the other charges from the weekend's games.

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