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Luke Brooks and Delouise Hoeter have both been charged by the Match Review Committee from the Club's Round 16 clash against the Penrith Panthers.

Brooks, who was placed on report at the end of the first half following a headbutt on Bryce Cartwright, has been charged with a Grade 1 Contrary Conduct, but is free to play in the Club's Round 17 match against the Parramatta Eels with an early guilty plea.

If the Club fights the charge and loses, Brooks will miss one week of football.

Hoeter was charged with a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other in the third minute of the match on Penrith Panthers fullback Dallin Watene-Zelezniak.

Like Brooks, Hoeter is free to play against the Eels with an early guilty plea.

The Club has until 12:00pm on Tuesday to enter a plea, and none has been entered yet.

See all the charges to come from the Match Review Committee in Round 16 below.

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Luke Brooks

Wests Tigers

Contrary Conduct

0-1 weeks

Delouise Hoeter

Wests Tigers

Dangerous Contact - Other

0-1 weeks

Charlie Gubb


Dangerous Contact – Head/Neck

0-1 weeks

Matt Prior


Dangerous Contact – Head/Neck

0-1 weeks

Michael Ennis


High Tackle - Carless

1-2 weeks

Will Matthews


Dangerous Throw

1-2 weeks


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