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Judiciary Report: Round 18

Wests Tigers halfback Luke Brooks will miss Round 19 after the club accepted an early guilty plea for a Grade 1 striking offence.

Brooks will be joined on the sidelines next week by Rabbitohs outside back Dane Gagai after he attracted a similar charge for the incident on Thursday night.

Alex Twal — who was also sin-binned on the night for a seperate offence — will be eligible to play in Round 19 after he accepted an early plea for his Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck offence.

Newcastle will head in to Round 19 without utility Kurt Mann after he was charged with a Grade 1 Crusher Tackle — the same charge for Broncos forward Rhys Kennedy.

Eels forward Andrew Davey is free to play next week after a minor offence.

North Queensland duo Josh McGuire and John Asiata will both miss their side's next match after they were charged in their Round 18 loss to Melbourne.

Warriors forward Jamayne Tanoua-Brown will also miss Round 19 after he was charged with a Grade 2 Dangerous Contact - Other offence on Sharks forward Siosifa Talakai.

JUDICIARY REPORT: ROUND 18

PLAYER CHARGE SUSPENSION
Dane Gagai (South Sydney Rabbitohs) Grade 1 Striking 1 week
Luke Brooks (Wests Tigers) Grade 1 Striking 1 week
Alex Twal (Wests Tigers) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck 0 weeks
Andrew Davey (Parramatta Eels) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other 0 weeks
Rhys Kennedy (Brisbane Broncos) Grade 1 Crusher Tackle 1 week
Kurt Mann (Newcastle Knights) Grade 1 Crusher Tackle 1 week
Josh McGuire (North Queensland Cowboys) Grade 1 Contrary Conduct 1 week
John Asiata (North Queensland Cowboys) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other 1-2 weeks
Jamayne Tanoua-Brown (New Zealand Warriors) Grade 2 Dangerous Contact - Other 1-2 weeks