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Corey Norman was sent to the sin bin against the Cowboys in Round 8.

The Parramatta Eels have stood down Corey Norman from the club's Round 19 game against the Penrith Panthers on Sunday. 

Norman pleaded guilty in a Sydney court to one charge of drug possession and one charge of possessing a restricted substance.

In each matter, Norman has had a conviction recorded and been fined $400; he now has 28 days to lodge any appeal to the sentence.

The club will meet with the NRL to review the matter, before Norman meets with the Eels' disciplinary committee next week. 


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