BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 22: Tevita Pangai Junior of the Broncos during the round two NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the North Queensland Cowboys at Suncorp Stadium on March 22, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

The Brisbane Broncos have elected to take the early guilty plea for star forward Tevita Pangai Junior following the club's 28-21 win over the Cowboys.

Pangai was given a grade two dangerous contact charge for a tackle involving Cowboys player Justin O'Neill.

Following the early guilty plea, Pangai will be suspended for four weeks.

He will next be available for selection by the Broncos in their Round 6 match against the Cronulla Sharks.


  1. Ah well, Such is life……..
    If he had of signed a contract at Soufths it would have been swept under the carpet…..and free to play. Had his chance to be transit.lounged into the transit .lounge Nana Glen Rabbits…..
    But he!!!!

  2. But hopefully he will be a faster learner than sam the flasher burgess was as he never learnt a thing with his behaviour and rubbish.

  3. Just a thug, he could be a good player but always looks for cheap shot to change a game rather then talent

  4. Well i would expect sims to get 4 weeks after just hitting Reynolds late & contacting his head with his shoulder. I bet he doesnt.

  5. The mole, define worse?? Late, shoulder contacting the head 4 weeks. We want consistency. The only difference between them was O’Neill was on the ground but that doesn’t make it worse. I would rather get hit on the ground than get hit after I pass it, your neck gets whipped. Oh its siesy u toss pot.

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