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Dragons lock Jack de Belin will challenge his dangerous contact charge at the NRL judiciary on Tuesday night, cited for a challenge on Kenny Edwards.

De Belin was slapped with a grade one dangerous contact (head/neck) charge in St George Illawarra's loss to Parramatta, and with 25 carryover points and 50 per cent loading from a similar offence in the past two years de Belin would have missed one match even with an early guilty plea.

If de Belin is found guilty at Rugby League Central on Tuesday night, he'll still miss just one game but would be left with 75 carryover points.

In other judiciary news Wests Tigers prop Tim Grant opted not to contest his dangerous throw charge and will sit out one week.

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