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Judiciary: Papalii, Wighton and Hodgson face bans

Josh Papalii, Jack Wighton and Josh Hodgson have all taken the early guilty pleas, following charges from the NRL Match Review Committee. 

Papalii will miss three matches, while Wighton and Hodgson will both miss one match each. 

This means all three will be unavailable for Saturday night's match against the Melbourne Storm at GIO Stadium. 

Earlier Report

Josh Papalii has been charged with a grade three careless high tackle charge. With loading from previous offences he faces a three week ban with an early guilty plea and five weeks if he fights the charge and loses. 

Jack Wighton has been charged with a grade two dangerous contact charge. He faces a one week ban if he takes the early guilty plea and two weeks if he fights the charge and loses. 

Josh Hodgson has been charged with a grade two dangerous contact charge. He faces a one week ban if he takes the early guilty plea and two weeks if he fights the charge and loses.