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Rabbitohs players, Adam Reynolds and Paul Carter, have both been charged by the Match Review Committee for separate charges resulting from Friday’s Round 8 game against the Brisbane Broncos.

Reynolds has been charged with a grade one contrary conduct – contact with match official charge. The halfback will not miss a game with an early guilty plea which would result in 93 points – unsuccessfully fighting the charge would accrue 125 points, equating to a one match suspension

Paul Carter meanwhile will miss one match due to carry over points if he does not fight a tripping charge at the judiciary. With 55 carry-over points, an early plea would result in 122 points, while being found guilty would result in 145 points – a one match suspension in both cases.

Stay tuned to Rabbitohs.com.au for updates from the NRL judiciary.

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