NEW Zealand Warriors hooker Monty Betham will decide today whether he will fight a dangerous throw charge that threatens to end his NRL season.
NEW Zealand Warriors hooker Monty Betham may have played his last game of the season after being charged by the NRL match review committee today.
MANLY utility Steve Matai is the only player to face the NRL judiciary tomorrow night after opting to fight a high tackle charge. Matai faces a one game ban for a grade one careless high tackle on Knights prop Craig Smith in Manly's 22-14 loss at Newcastle on Sunday.
BULLDOGS winger Matt Utai will miss just one NRL match after successfully having a high tackle charge downgraded at the judiciary last night.
FIVE players have been charged following round 22 of the NRL with the injury ravaged Bulldogs being hit twice.
CANBERRA forward Ben Cross will miss his side's NRL clash with Wests Tigers at Canberra Stadium this weekend after pleading guilty to a grade-two careless high tackle.
BRONCOS interchange forward Corey Parker and centre Justin Hodges have been slapped by the NRL's match review committee for a dangerous throw on Bulldogs lock Tony Grimaldi.
CANBERRA captain Simon Woolford's bid seeking leave to appeal his eight-week suspension was last night denied by NRL judiciary chairman Greg Woods.
PROPS Shane Webcke and Mark O'Meley have been used as examples of how the NRL judiciary system is working after being charged by the match review committee today.
CANBERRA will find out next week whether they'll be granted leave to appeal Simon Woolford's eight-match suspension for a grade two dangerous throw.