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Woolford suspended for eight weeks

CANBERRA captain Simon Woolford will miss the rest of the NRL regular season after tonight being banned for eight weeks for a dangerous throw in last week's loss to the Melbourne Storm.

Round 18 charges

TRENT Barrett and PJ Marsh have been both charged by the NRL match review committee following a controversial incident at Parramatta Stadium on Friday night.

Barrett, Marsh take early pleas plus others

ST George Illawarra skipper Trent Barrett and Parramatta hooker PJ Marsh have decided against contesting charges stemming from the Eels' controversial NRL win over the Dragons on Friday.

Round 17 charges

MANLY has been dealt a double blow by the NRL match review committee with two players facing possible suspension following their loss to Wests Tigers on Friday night.

Round 16 charges

SYDNEY Roosters centre Ryan Cross is facing a possible lengthy ban after his contrary conduct charge over an alleged eye gouge incident was referred straight to the NRL judiciary today.

Round 15 charges

THE grapple tackle controversy has reared its head again today with Melbourne forward David Kidwell charged with using the outlawed manoeuvre by the NRL match review committee.

Stevens changes plea, Cross holds firm

CRONULLA prop Jason Stevens will miss this weekend's NRL clash with North Queensland after reversing his initial not guilty plea to a knee lifting charge.

Stevens to contest knee lifting charge

CRONULLA front rower Jason Stevens will contest a knee lifting charge at the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night in a bid to play in this weekend's clash against North Queensland in Townsville.

Moimoi hit for six, Stevens and Cross to contest

PARRAMATTA forward Fuifui Moimoi will serve a six-match NRL suspension after pleading guilty to a high tackle on Cronulla prop Hutch Maiava.

Dunley suspended for 4 weeks

MANLY hooker Shayne Dunley has become the first player to be suspended for spitting in 12 years after the NRL judiciary tonight found him guilty of a grade five contrary conduct charge.

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