Wests Tigers forward Sauaso Sue will miss his side’s Round 20 meeting with the Eels after pleading guilty to a dangerous contact charge from the Tigers’ loss to the Sea Eagles on Sunday.
Sue was cited for dangerous contact, and with a prior similar offence and a prior non-similar offence in the past two years, as well as 71 carry-over points, the forward narrowly avoided a two-week ban with the early guilty plea.
Manly prop Darcy Lussick has also pleaded guilty to his contrary conduct charge for an incident involving Tigers prop Aaron Woods and has been fined $1,350.
Earlier Raiders forward Josh Papalii pleaded guilty to a shoulder charge on St George Illawarra’s Josh Dugan and received a two-match ban.
This was first published on the NRL website
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