Pangai, Granville, Vave, Napa plead guilty

Siosaia Vave, Jake Granville, Tevita Pangai jnr and Dylan Napa have all taken early guilty pleas after being charged by the NRL judiciary.

Vave, Granville and Pangai jnr won't miss a match, while Napa will miss three matches after the Roosters prop pleaded guilty to a grade three dangerous contact charge.

Eels prop Vave was left with 75 carryover points following a dangerous contact charge arising from a first-minute incident involving Cowboys prop Jordan McLean on Friday night. 

Cowboys hooker Granville also pleaded guilty to a grade one dangerous contact charge following an incident involving Parramatta winger George Jennings. He will also have 75 carryover points.

Brisbane forward Pangai jnr was handed a $1400 fine after a second-minute incident involving Roosters lock Victor Radley. 

Napa will miss this week's clash with Parramatta and the Roosters' first two finals matches after pleading guilty to a grade three dangerous contact charge following his hit on Brisbane hooker Andrew McCullough on Saturday night.

 

Player  Siosaia Vave 
Club  Eels
Minute of match  1st 
Charge/incident  Dangerous contact - other 
Charge grade  1
Result Guilty - early plea
Matches to serve 0
Points/fine calculation 75
Carry-over points  75 
Misconduct on whom?  Jordan McLean 

 

Player  Jake Granville
Club  Cowboys
Minute of match  26th 
Charge/incident  Dangerous contact - head/neck 
Charge grade  1
Result Guilty - early plea
Matches to serve 0
Points/fine calculation 75
Carry-over points  75 
Misconduct on whom?  George Jennings 

 

Player  Tevita Pangai jnr 
Club  Broncos
Minute of match  2nd 
Charge/incident  Contrary contact - other 
Charge grade  1
Result Guilty - early plea
Matches to serve 0
Points/fine calculation $1400
Carry-over points  N/A
Misconduct on whom?  Victor Radley 

 

Player  Dylan Napa 
Club  Roosters
Minute of match  24th 
Charge/incident  Dangerous contact - head/neck 
Charge grade  3
Result Guilty - early plea
Matches to serve 3
Points/fine calculation 340
Carry-over points  40 
Misconduct on whom?  Andrew McCullough