Rabbitohs players, Kirisome Auva’a and Paul Carter, have both been charged by the Match Review Committee for separate incidents coming out of yesterday’s Round 3 clash against St George Illawarra at the SCG.
Carter has been charged with a grade two dangerous contact - other charge for an incident in the 63rd minute of the match. An early guilty plea will see Carter miss one match and accrue 187 points, while unsuccessfully fighting the charge would result in a two match suspension and 250 points accrued. Carter would be free to play this Friday against the Bulldogs should he successfully fight the charge.
Meanwhile, Auva’a has been charged with a grade one dangerous contact – head neck charge for an incident in the 65th minute. An early guilty plea would see Auva’a eligible for selection for the Good Friday game against the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium with 90 points accrued, while unsuccessfully fighting the charge would see him miss a match with 120 points.
Stay tuned to Rabbitohs.com.au for judiciary updates.