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Judiciary Report: Round 7

St George Illawarra Dragons wingers Jordan Pereira and Mikaele Ravalawa are set to miss the Round 8 clash against Wests Tigers after being handed lengthy suspensions for incidents in their ANZAC Day match against the Sydney Roosters.

Pereira has been charged with a grade-three careless high tackle for his controversial 34th-minute high shot on Roosters skipper James Tedesco and will be banned for three games with an early guilty plea or could miss five if he challenges the judiciary.

Ravalawa was handed a grade-two shoulder charge offence for a 13th-minute hit on Josh Morris and will miss two matches if he accepts the early guilty plea.

Dragons lock Tyrell Fuimaono was also charged for a careless high tackle but will be free to line-up on Sunday after being hit with a $1350 fine.

All Wests Tigers players will be free to play in Round 8 with no players charged following the club’s ANZAC Day clash against Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.

Cronulla Sharks forward Siosifa Talakai was handed a grade-three shoulder charge offence for his hit on Bulldogs forward Matt Doorey and will miss four-six games.

Warriors forward Josh Curran is facing a week on the sidelines for his grade-two careless high tackle on Melbourne winger George Jennings, while North Queensland Cowboys forward Mitchell Dunn has been suspended for a week for a crusher tackle.

Jordan Pereira (St George Illawarra Dragons) Grade 3 High Tackle - Careless 3-5 weeks
Mikaele Ravalawa (St George Illawarra Dragons) Grade 2 Shoulder Charge 2-3 weeks
Tyrell Fuimaono (St George Illawarra Dragons) Grade 1 High Tackle - Careless $1350 fine
Josh Curran (New Zealand Warriors) Grade 2 High Tackle - Careless 1-2 weeks
Siosifa Talakai (Cronulla Sharks) Grade 3 Shoulder Charge 4-6 weeks
Mitchell Dunn (North Queensland Cowboys) Grade 1 Crusher Tackle 1-2 weeks
Moeaki Fotuaika (Gold Coast Titans) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other $1350
David Klemmer (Newcastle Knights) Grade 1 High tackle - Careless $1600 fine
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