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Issac Luke will contest his citing for a shoulder charge at the Match Review Committee this week, but will take the early guilty plea for a dangerous throw charge, while Luke Keary has taken the early guilty plea for a shoulder charge of his own and will miss one week – all three incidents coming from Thursday night’s clash against the Cowboys.

Issac will plead not guilty for the shoulder charge that occurred in the 46th minute of last week’s game in Townsville – a move that could see the hooker miss just one game if successful. Luke would subsequently be clear to play against the Broncos in Round 25.

Being found guilty would see him accrue 240 points, however with the early plea for the dangerous throw charge, Luke would accrue a total of 380 points, resulting in a three-match suspension.

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