Busy night at NRL judiciary

It's likely to be a long night at the National Rugby League judiciary tonight with four players to appear.

Newcastle prop Josh Perry will defend a contrary conduct charge after Wests Tigers centre Terry Hill claimed he was eye gouged by the young forward on Saturday night. Hill will give evidence in that hearing and then be required to appear to answer a dangerous throw charge.

St George Illawarra winger Amos Roberts will also challenge a dangerous throw charge, while Bulldogs prop Mark O'Meley will dispute a striking charge.