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Judiciary Report: Round 13

On-loan Warriors forward Jack Hetherington is facing another lengthy ban after his high shot on Sea Eagles forward Martin Taupau.

Hetherington is facing a four-to-five-match ban after being handed a Grade Three High Tackle - Careless charge, which he was also sin binned for on the night.

Meanwhile, Bulldogs playmaker Lachlan Lewis will miss Sunday's clash against Wests Tigers after he was cited for a high shot in his side's loss to Melbourne. 

Dragons forward Jackson Ford will miss two weeks for a tripping charge while Roosters duo Jake Friend and Ryan Hall, as well as Manly playmaker Lachlan Croker, can all escape suspension with early guilty pleas.

Titans utility Tyrone Peachey was the only player charged from Sunday's matches — attracting a monetary fine for his Careless High Tackle charge. 

JUDICIARY REPORT: ROUND 13

PLAYER CHARGE SUSPENSION
Jackson Ford (St. George-Illawarra Dragons) Grade 3 Tripping 2 weeks
Ryan Hall (Sydney Roosters) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other 0 weeks
Jake Friend (Sydney Roosters) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck 0 weeks
Jack Hetherington (New Zealand Warriors) Grade 3 High Tackle - Careless 4 weeks
Lachlan Croker (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck 0 weeks
Lachlan Lewis (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) Grade 1 High Tackle - Careless $550 fine
Lachlan Lewis (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) Grade 1 High Tackle - Careless 1 week
Tyrone Peachey (Gold Coast Titans) Grade 1 High Tackle - Careless $850 fine