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Newcastle utility Anthony Quinn has a nervous wait as he prepares to contest a two-match ban at the NRL judiciary tonight.
Quinn was charged with a grade one dangerous throw during his side's 70-32 win over Canberra and faces two weeks on the sidelines unless he successfully challenges the charge. He will be the only person to front the judiciary tonight, as the other players charged in round two ? Willie Mason, Bryce Gibbs, Kylie Leuluai, Luke Swain and Frank Puletua - all took the early guilty plea.