Judiciary results

  • by NRL
  • July 26 2005 12:00AM

Brisbane centre Justin Hodges will miss Saturday's NRL match against Canberra at Suncorp Stadium after pleading guilty to a grade one dangerous throw.

His Broncos teammate Corey Parker also entered an early guilty plea to the NRL judiciary for a lifting tackle on Bulldogs lock Tony Grimaldi but he's free to play against the Raiders because of his clean record.

Former Test and Queensland representative Brent Tate is expected to move from the wing into the centres to replace Hodges, opening the door for Leon Bott to be recalled.

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