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Judiciary Report: Round 23

Wests Tigers will have all players available for selection for Sunday's clash with Penrith after no players were charged from the match against Cronulla in Round 23. 

Jacob Liddle and Thomas Mikaele will be available to return this week after serving one-game suspensions for a crusher tackle against the Cowboys in Round 22.

The Panthers will also have a full squad available for the match in Redcliffe after Scott Sorensen only received a monetary fine for a Dangerous Contact charge. 

Sharks forward Briton Nikora escaped a ban for dangerous contact on Luciano Leilua — receiving a $1,350 fine. 

Bulldogs prop Luke Thompson's season is over unless he beats a crusher tackle charge at the judiciary.

Thompson is one of three players facing suspensions following a review of Saturday's matches.

His Bulldogs teammate Corey Waddell and Knights prop David Klemmer are also looking at time on the sidelines.

JUDICIARY REPORT: ROUND 23

PLAYER CHARGE SUSPENSION
Ash Taylor (Gold Coast Titans) Grade 1 Contrary Conduct  $1,150 fine
Sam McIntyre (Gold Coast Titans) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other $1,150 fine
Tevita Funa (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles) Grade 1 Shoulder Charge  2-3 weeks
Keaon Koloamatangi (South Sydney Rabbitohs) Grade 1 Crusher Tackle  2-3 weeks
Scott Sorensen (Penrith Panthers) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other  $750 fine
Briton Nikora (Cronulla Sutherland Sharks) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other  $1,350 fine
Corey Waddell (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Other  $1,350 fine
Corey Waddell (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) Grade 1 Contrary Conduct  1 week
Luke Thompson (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) Grade 1 Crusher Tackle 2-3 weeks
David Klemmer (Newcastle Knights) Grade 1 Contrary Conduct 1-2 weeks
Joey Lussick (Parramattta Eels) Grade 1 Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck $1,350 fine
Anthony Milford (Brisbane Broncos) Grade 1 Contrary Conduct  $1,150 fine
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