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Issac Luke will fight a grade one dangerous contact charge coming out of last Thursday night’s clash with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.

Successfully fighting the charge will mean Luke will be free to play the Roosters on Thursday night. Luke’s charge has a base penalty of 100 points. He has 50% loading for a similar offence in the last two years and 65 carry-over points. Fighting the charge and losing will result in 215 points – a two week suspension.

Halfback Adam Reynolds will take the early guilty plea for a grade one dangerous throw charge which has a base penalty of 125 points. He has 20% loading for a non-similar offence in the last two years. His early guilty plea will result in 112 points – a one week suspension and 12 carry-over points.

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