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Nathan Ross in action for the Knights against the Storm in Round 19.

Knights winger Nathan Ross, Eels forward Rory O'Brien and Dragons centre Taane Milne have all received one-match suspensions over Round 24 incidents.

Ross and Milne both pleaded guilty to grade one dangerous throw charges while O'Brien entered a plea of no contest on a dangerous contact charge on Canberra winger Brenko Lee.

Ross will take 17 carryover points, Milne recived 59 carryover points while O'Brien's slate has been wiped clean with no carryover points.

Meanwhile Eels fullback Bevan French and Sharks five-eighth James Maloney both escaped bans with early pleas, while Bulldogs prop Sam Kasiano had earlier received a two-match ban over a dangerous contact charge.

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