NRL Judiciary Wrap - 2017 Round 26

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Three players were charged in the final premiership round of the season with two to face the NRL Judiciary on Tuesday night.

Zane Tetevano (Roosters) will be disputing the grading of a Grade 3 Reckless High Tackle on Titans utility Ben Nakubuwai from Saturday's win at Allianz Stadium.

Darcy Lussick (Sea Eagles) has pleaded not guilty to a Grade 1 Tripping charge and will face the judiciary on the matter in an effort to play in Manly's elimination final with Penrith next week. The incident, a 13th minute trip on Penrith hooker Peter Wallace, normally attracts a fine but as Lussick had received two fines already this season, he was charged with the offence under the points system. If unsuccessful he'll miss Saturday's match.

Gold Coast's Keegan Hipgrave will miss one match next season after copping a Grade 1 Shoulder Charge offence following his 63rd minute incident with Roosters hooker Jake Friend.