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THE injury and judiciary fallout from round 13 of the NRL
NEWCASTLE utility Matt Hilder will miss two NRL matches after pleading guilty to dangerous contact with Melbourne's Cooper Cronk during Monday night's game.
NEWCASTLE utility Matt Hilder faces up to three weeks on the sidelines after being charged with contrary conduct for dangerous contact.
BULLDOGS prop Jarrad Hickey will escape suspension for a tackle which left Penrith's Frank Puletua with a fractured eye socket despite being charged by the NRL.
NORTH Queensland backrower Jacob Lillyman will fight his dangerous throw charge at the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night.
NORTH Queensland backrower Jacob Lillyman has been the only player cited by the NRL match review committee from the weekend round.
BRISBANE centre Justin Hodges is free to play South Sydney on Friday night after accepting an early guilty plea for a dangerous throw.
BRISBANE centre Justin Hodges is the only player charged by the NRL match review committee, but the Test star can escape suspension with an early guilty plea.
CANBERRA forward Trevor Thurling has had his appeal for a two-match suspension rejected by NRL judiciary deputy chairman Paul Conlon on Friday.
GOLD Coast five-eighth Mat Rogers is facing three weeks' suspension after being hit with a grade two dangerous throw charge by the NRL match review committee.
CANBERRA prop Michael Weyman has copped a six-match NRL ban after pleading to guilty to two counts of striking, including punching Gold Coast's Daniel Conn.
MELBOURNE Storm prop Adam Blair has avoided an NRL suspension after entering an early guilty plea for his "chicken wing" tackle on Brisbane's Michael Ennis.
CANBERRA forward Michael Weyman is facing up to eight weeks on the sidelines after being charged with two separate striking offences.
ST George forward Jarrod Saffy will contest a biting allegation at the NRL judiciary while Cronulla skipper Paul Gallen has copped a three-week ban.
A lack of conclusive video evidence is expected to form part of Jarrod Saffy's defence at the NRL judiciary after he pleaded not guilty to biting Todd Carney.