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Judiciary: Woolford and Rapana

Jordan Rapana and Zac Woolford have both elected to take the early guilty pleas following charges by the NRL Match Review Committee. 

Rapana will miss Saturday's match against the Broncos after accepting his early plea for a grade two dangerous contact charge. 

Woolford will be available after accepting the early plea for a grade one crusher tackle. He receives a $1500 fine. 

Initial Report from Monday

Zac Woolford and Jordan Rapana have been charged by the NRL match review committee following Sunday's win against the Roosters at GIO Stadium.

Woolford has been charged with a Grade one crusher tackle. He can take the early plea and pay a fine of $1500 or accept a one-match ban. If he fights the charge and loses he would pay a $2000 fine or miss one match. 

Jordan Rapana has been charged with a grade two dangerous contact charge. If he accepts the early plea he misses one match, if he fights the charge and loses he will miss two matches. 

The Raiders will make a decision on both players before the 12 pm deadline on Wednesday. 

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