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Rabbitohs players, Luke Keary and Greg Inglis, have both been charged by the NRL Match Review Committee for separate incidents coming out of yesterday’s Finals Week 1 clash with the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.

Five eighth, Keary, has been charged with a grade one dangerous contact, head/neck charge for an incident in the seventh minute of the match. With 40 carry-over points, an early plea would see 130 points accrued, while unsuccessfully fighting the charge translates to 160 points – a one match suspension on both accounts.

Meanwhile, skipper Inglis was charged with a grade one careless high tackle resulting from an incident in the 54th minute. An early plea would see 56 points accrued, while unsuccessfully fighting the charge would result in 75 points. Inglis will be free to play in the Rabbitohs’ next fixture.

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