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Wests Tigers players Michael Chee Kam and Matt McIlwrick have been charged by the Match Review Committee following the Club's Round 25 clash against the Cowboys.

Chee Kam was charged with a Grade 1 Shoulder Charge on Michael Morgan, attracting a 200-point charge from the offence that can be downgraded to 150 points with an early guilty plea.

McIlwrick meanwhile was hit with a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck charge on Kyle Feldt, attracting 120 points that can be downgraded to 90 points with an early guilty plea.

McIlwrick also has 65 carry-over points that are added to his charge.

Both players have taken the early guilty plea and, as a result, will miss the Club's final game of the year this Sunday afternoon against the New Zealand Warriors at Leichhardt Oval.

Head Coach Ivan Cleary will confirm their replacements in the side to take on the Warriors when he names his 21-man squad at 4:00pm tomorrow on

Be there for our final home game of season 2017 and help farewell our departing players!
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