Wests Tigers have today confirmed that the Club has entered early guilty pleas for all charges coming out of the third round of the 2015 season.
As a result, Pat Richards will miss this Friday's clash against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
Richards was charged with a Grade 2 Dangerous Contact — Head/Neck following a tackle against Greg Inglis in the 18th minute.
Richards will be available for Wests Tigers' Round 5 Easter Monday game against the Parramatta Eels at ANZ Stadium.
Wests Tigers have also entered early guilty please for Holden Cup players Eli Levido, Jacob Liddle and Marion Seve following their game against the Rabbitohs on Sunday afternoon.
Levido was charged with a Grade 1 Dangerous Throw and is free to play following the guilty plea. Liddle is also free to play this week after pleading guilty to a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact charge. Seve is set to miss the next six weeks after pleading guilty to a Grade 5 Dangerous Throw charge, and will be next available for selection in Round 10.