BULLDOGS prop Mark O'Meley set to miss this season's first blockbuster.
CHARGES and suspensions from Round 2
THE NRL match review committee could be in for a busy day with a large number of players put on report and cautioned for indiscretions over the weekend.
BRISBANE prop Petero Civoniceva is clear to play in Sunday's Grand Final against Melbourne after the match review committee only charged him with a grade one careless high tackle.
NEWCASTLE hooker Danny Buderus is to contest the severity of his grade three dangerous throw charge in an attempt to play again in this year's finals series.
MANLY'S reserve hooker Shayne Dunley has pleaded guilty to a grade one dangerous throw charge, ensuring he's free to play against Newcastle in Friday night's qualifying final at EnergyAustralia Stadium.
MELBOURNE forward Michael Crocker looks set to add at least two matches to the nine matches of suspension he has already served this NRL season for dangerous throws.
SYDNEY Roosters prop Adrian Morley has pleaded guilty to the ungraded striking charge he faces at the NRL judiciary tomorrow night.
SYDNEY Roosters prop Adrian Morley is facing a long suspension after being referred directly to the NRL judiciary on a striking charge by the match review committee.
PARRAMATTA back-rower Nathan Hindmarsh has been charged with a grade one dangerous throw charge by the NRL judiciary but can escape suspension with an early guilty plea.