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Judiciary Report: Round 18

Wests Tigers prop Thomas Mikaele has been charged with a Grade 1 High Tackle offence on Broncos forward Rhys Kennedy in Sunday afternoon's Round 18 clash.

Mikaele will escape suspension and be eligible to face Manly Warringah on Saturday after being hit with a $1,150 fine.

Cronulla forward Aiden Tolman is set to miss Round 19 after he was cited for a high tackle in his side's loss to Canberra in Round 18.

Unless the charge is successfully overturned at the judiciary, Tolman will miss his side's upcoming clash against the Bulldogs after he was one of a handful of players charged from the weekend's action — all of which took place in Queensland following the relocation of all teams due to the growing COVID outbreak.

Canterbury-Bankstown halfback Lachlan Lewis has escaped suspension for his brain-snap reaction to South Sydney's Cody Walker on Sunday night.

Cowboys forward Shane Wright, Melbourne utility Chris Lewis, Penrith hooker Api Koroisau, Bulldogs prop Dylan Napa, as well as Titans duo Kevin Proctor and Patrick Herbert have also been charged following their matches over the weekend but are free to play next week with only monetary fines.


Thomas Mikaele (Wests Tigers) Grade 1 High Tackle - Careless  $1,150 fine
Api Koroisau (Penrith Panthers) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck  $1,350 fine
Lachlan Lewis (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) Grade 1 Contrary Conduct  $1,600 fine
Dylan Napa (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) Grade 1 High Tackle - Careless  $1,900 fine
Aiden Tolman (Cronulla Sharks) Grade 1 High Tackle - Careless 1 week
Chris Lewis (Melbourne Storm) Grade 1 High Tackle - Careless $1,350 fine
Shane Wright (North Queensland Cowboys) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck $1,150 fine
Kevin Proctor (Gold Coast Titans) Grade 1 Dangerous Throw $1,600 fine
Patrick Herbert (Gold Coast Titans) Grade 1 Dangerous Throw $1,350 fine