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Bulldogs prop Mark O'Meley's chances of a State of Origin call up for NSW have been dealt a blow with the NRL match review committee charging him with making a grade two careless high tackle.
O'Meley has been charged for his tackle on Manly's Michael Robertson and will be suspended for one week with an early plea or banned for two games if he fights the charge and is found guilty. The NSW State of Origin team is due to be named tomorrow for the third match of the series at Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday week.
Cronulla's Cameron Ciraldo has been hardest hit by the match review committee with his 77th minute tackle on South Sydney's Ben Rogers deemed a grade four careless high tackle carrying a minimum two week ban.
Rabbitohs centre Shannon Hegarty and Canberra's Glen Turner were both given grade one careless high tackle charges but will escape suspension.