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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and NSW five-eighth Josh Reynolds will head to the NRL judiciary this evening, seeking a downgrade on a dangerous throw charge he received last night in Game 1 of the State of Origin series.
Reynolds was charged after an incident involving Queensland winger Brent Tate in the 28th minute of play.
The charge carries 325 points (3 matches) if found guilty this evening but if the club is to succeed at the judiciary, Reynolds will receive a Grade 1 charge and will miss just one match (125 points).