Brisbane Broncos hooker Isaac Luke will miss next week after being charged with a Dangerous Throw on Wests Tigers centre Chris Lawrence in their Round 10 clash at Leichhardt Oval.
Because of a prior similar offence to his name, Luke is facing a one-match ban regardless of his plea and will miss the Broncos' Round 11 clash against Melbourne.
No Wests Tigers players were cited by the Match Review Committee.
Elsewhere, St. George-Illawarra duo Tariq Sims and Euan Aitken were both charged following the Dragons' tight win over the Bulldogs on Saturday.
Sims will miss one week following a Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck charge while Aitken will escape suspension with an early guilty plea for the same offence due his lack of any prior non-similar offences.
Cronulla's Briton Nikora will also miss Round 11 after he was cited for a Grade 1 Shoulder Charge while on-loan Warriors forward Jack Hetherington will escape suspension with an early guilty plea for a Dangerous Contact charge.
JUDICIARY REPORT: ROUND 10
|Isaac Luke (Brisbane Broncos)||Grade 1 Dangerous Throw||1 week|
|Tariq Sims (St. George-Illawarra Dragons)||Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck||1 week|
|Euan Aitken (St. George-Illawarra Dragons)||Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck||0 weeks|
|Jack Hetherington (New Zealand Warriors)||Grade 1 Shoulder Charge||0-1 weeks|
|Briton Nikora (Cronulla Sharks)||Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other||1-2 weeks|