INJUNCTION GRANTED | Parramatta Eels have issued the following statement after today's drama includi...
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Peachey and Newton pleaded not guilty to grade three contrary conduct and grade three careless high tackle charges respectively today while Williams will contest the grading of a grade four careless high tackle.
Sydney Roosters utility Chris Flannery and Warriors hooker Tavita Latu have pleaded not guilty to grade one dangerous throw charges respectively.
Peachey could be suspended for two weeks if he fails to clear his name at the judiciary while Newton could face a four week ban.
With only two rounds remaining and the Sharks out of finals contention, a guilty verdict would mean the end of the year for both players.
Flannery and Latu could each be outed for one week.
Peachey was charged with contrary conduct by judiciary commissioner Jim Hall after being sent off for the first time in his career on Saturday night.
The 29-year-old former NSW fullback was dismissed by referee Shayne Hayne for dissent.