Sydney Roosters representative back-rower Angus Crichton will miss Sunday’s clash against Wests Tigers after being charged over a crusher tackle offence.
Crichton will miss one match after being handed a grade one charge over a 36th-minute incident involving Manly-Warringah forward Taniela Paseka at the SCG.
The Roosters, however, will be able to name Kiwis prop Jared Waerea-Hargreaves for the clash at Campbelltown Sports Stadium after he only copped a fine for his contrary conduct charge.
No Wests Tigers players were charged from the side's Round 1 clash against Canberra Raiders on Sunday afternoon, while five-eighth Adam Doueihi is available this weekend after serving his suspension.
Cronulla Sharks centre Jesse Ramien is set for a three week stint on the sidelines for a reckless high tackle charge in his side's win over St George Illawarra Dragons.
Warriors halfback Chanel Harris-Tavita, Bulldogs winger Nick Cotric and Sharks prop Aiden Tolman were all issued with fines for minor offences.
|Nick Cotric (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)||Grade 1 High Tackle||$1350 fine|
|Jesse Ramien (Cronulla Sharks)||Grade 1 High Tackle - Reckless||3 weeks|
|Chanel Harris-Tavita (New Zealand Warriors)||Grade 1 Tripping||$1150 fine|
|Jake Friend (Sydney Roosters)||Grade 1 Contrary Conduct||$1350 fine|
|Aiden Tolman (Cronulla Sharks)||Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other||$1150 fine|
|Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (Sydney Roosters)||Grade 1 Contrary Conduct||$1350 fine|
|Angus Crichton (Sydney Roosters)||Grade 1 Crusher Tackle||1 week|