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Judiciary Report: Round 4

South Sydney Rabbitohs will be without Cody Walker for their Round 5 clash against the Brisbane Broncos after the star five-eighth was charged twice from the side's win over Canterbury-Bankstown on Good Friday.

Walker copped a $1,150 fine for a grade 1 contrary conduct offence, as well as a one-match ban for striking Bulldogs fullback Nick Meaney. 

The Rabbitohs will also be without young forward Keaon Koloamatangi for two weeks after he was charged over a crusher tackle. 

It was good news for Wests Tigers with no players being charged following the Easter Monday clash against the Parramatta Eels. 

Manly Warringah's disappointing start to the season has continued with Morgan Boyle to be sidelined for a fortnight due to a crusher tackle, while Brisbane will be without Patrick Carrigan for one game for a similar offence. 

Newcastle prop Jacob Saifiti has been cited for a grade 1 shoulder charge and will miss one game if he takes the early plea.

Morgan Boyle (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles) Grade 1 Crusher Tackle  2 weeks
Cody Walker (South Sydney Rabbitohs)  Grade 1 Contrary Conduct  $1,150 fine
Cody Walker (South Sydney Rabbitohs)  Grade 1 Striking 1 week
Keaon Koloamatangi (South Sydney Rabbitohs)  Grade 2 Crusher Tackle  2 weeks
Patrick Carrigan (Brisbane Broncos) Grade 1 Crusher Tackle  1 week
Sam Lisone (Gold Coast Titans) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck  $1,700
Jacob Saifiti (Newcastle Knights) Grade 1 Shoulder Charge  Plea - Pending
Andrew McCullough (St George Illawarra Dragons) Grade 1 Contrary Conduct  $1,150
Victor Radley (Sydney Roosters) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other  Plea - Not Guilty
Bunty Afoa (New Zealand Warriors) Grade 1 Shoulder Charge  Plea - Pending
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