Judiciary Watch: Taupau And Fonua-Blake To Miss Rabbitohs Clash
No Rabbitohs were charged from our Round One clash with the Wests Tigers but in news for Rabbitohs fans, two Manly Warringah Sea Eagles players will face charges from the Match Review Committee for shoulder charge offences which may see them suspended for our Round Two clash at Lottoland on Saturday.
Martin Taupau and Addin Fonua-Blake are facing charges for alleged shoulder charges in the 13th and 80th minutes respectively.
Taupau and Fonua-Blake have taken the early guilty pleae and will miss the following two rounds.
Friday night's clash between the Melbourne Storm and the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs resulted in three Storm players coming under scrutiny by the Match Review Committee.
Roosters' Mitchell Aubusson takes an early guilty plea on a dangerous throw charge and will be free to play in Round Two.
Raiders' Clay Priest will miss a match after an early guilty plea on a Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck charge and Joseph Leilua copped a fine for Contrary Conduct.
Will Chambers, Cameron Munster and Joseph Leilua are the first players to receive fines under the new judiciary system.