The charge resulted from an incident involving Rabbitohs forward Anthony Cherrington in the 38th minute in Friday night’s match.
Matagi faces a $1,100 fine if he pleads guilty to the charge, or risks a $1,500 fine if he unsuccessfully fights the charge at the judiciary.
This was first published on the NRL website
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