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Liam Knight found guilty at judiciary

Liam Knight will miss the South Sydney Rabbitohs’ next two games after failing to get his grade two dangerous contact charge downgraded at the NRL Judiciary tonight (Tuesday).

Knight entered a guilty plea after being charged for a tackle on Dragons prop James Graham in the 28th minute of the Rabbitohs 34-18 round two victory, looking to dispute the grading, however the NRL judiciary has found him guilty of the offence. 

The charge adds 200 points to Knight's record, resulting in a two-game ban. 

Knight will miss the Round 3 match against the Gold Coast Titans on Sunday 31 March at ANZ Stadium as well as the Round 4 match against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles on Saturday April 6 at Lottoland. 

He will be available for the home match against the New Zealand Warriors at Sunshine Coast Stadium in Round 5.