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Brisbane Broncos centre Jack Reed's late high shot on Wests Tigers five-eighth Mitchell Moses has seen the international charged by the NRL Judiciary following the Club's Round 19 clash on Sunday afternoon at Suncorp Stadium.

Reed hit Moses high and late as he kicked the ball and was penalised for the incident, but will now miss a minimum of one week after being hit with a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck charge, the only charge to come out of Sunday's match.

Brisbane have until 12:00pm on Tuesday to enter a plea and have not done so as yet.

In other judiciary news, Chris Sandow's late shoulder charge on Bulldogs fullback Brett Morris in the final stages of Friday's match has seen the playmaker hit with a Grade 2 charge that will rule him out for two to three weeks, depending on an early plea.

Shannon Boyd was the only other played charged from Round 19, with Boyd free to play this week with an early guilty plea on his Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck charge.

See the incident which saw Reed charged by the Judiciary in the highlights video above.

Be there to support the boys as they take on the Sydney Roosters on Friday, July 24!
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