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Dragons lock Shaun Timmins has decided to contest the grading of his high tackle charge at the NRL judiciary tomorrow night, giving him the opportunity to line-up in his club's recently traditional Anzac Day clash with the Sydney Roosters.
Timmins has pleaded guilty to the offence, but will seek a downgrade of the infringement. He was cited for a hit on Brisbane's Karmichael Hunt in the 6th minute of Sunday's game which looked accidental at the time, but left the fullback in a dazed state and unable to take any further part in the game.
Meanwhile, Raiders rake and skipper Simon Woolford will front the judiciary after entering a not guilty plea to a grade one careless high tackle charge levelled against him following his side's first loss of the season to Manly at Brookvale Oval at the weekend.