during a New Zealand Warriors NRL training session at Mount Smart Stadium on July 10, 2018 in Auckland, New Zealand.

New Zealand Warriors forward Adam Blair could be serving a week on the sidelines after being charged with making dangerous contact to Melbourne Storms backrower Kenny Bromwich.

The incident occured in the 75th minute of the Warriors’ 12-6 loss to the Storm on Sunday at Mt Smart Stadium.

Blair is facing a one-week suspension even if he enters the early guilty plea due to 40 carry-over points and three recent offences in the past two years.

Brisbane Broncos five-eighth Anthony Milford will be out of pocket by $1150 dollars after coping a fine for pulling the hair of Penrith forward Corey Harawira-Naera on Friday night.

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The playmaker was charged with contrary contract for the incident which occured in the 70th minute of the Broncos big 50-18 win over the Panthers.

If he challenges the charge and is unsuccessful at the judiciary, he could risk a larger fine of $1500.

Aidan Guerra of the Newcastle Knights could espace suspension if he takes the early guilty plea after being hit with a dangerous contact charge.

Guerra layed a high shot on Gold Coast Titans Ash Taylor late in the match which saw Newcastle come away with the win.

Meanwhile, South Sydney Rabbitohs forward Sam Burgess has not been charged over a high tackle on ex-teammate and Tigers hooker Robbie Farah in Souths loss to Wests on Saturday.

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