Following the conclusion of a trifecta of bruising contests on Saturday, the NRL judiciary has handed down their findings.

And it's bad news for New Zealand forward, Jazz Tevaga and Brisbane's repeat-offender, Thomas Flegler.

Across the course of the Warriors' 20-6 victory over the Broncos before a sold-out Moreton Bay crowd, Flegler was placed on report for a quartet of separate incidents.

While the Townsville native managed to escape sentencing on each of his four brain fades, the 22-year-old can expect to spend a fortnight on the sidelines whilst sitting on a lighter wallet.

In the 7th minute of his side's defeat, Flegler fell foul of adjudicators due to hip drop on Wayde Egan.

Just 14-minutes later, the ill-disciplined forward was again placed on report after bringing down Addin Fonua-Blake with a late hit.

Although Flegler managed to stay on the field after each hit, both will cost the blonde bruiser a combined $2000 should he choose to accept and enter early guilty pleas on each.

Should the prop-lock fight and fail, this figure will be extended to $3000.

In spite of the fact that his hip pocket was hit ahead of half-time, Flegler doubled down with another hip drop on Ben Murdoch-Masila in the 71st minute - a shot that saw him slapped with a two-game ban with the possibility of an added week should he again fail in his dispute.

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For Tevaga, his cannonball contact made on Patrick Carrigan in the 27th minute of the battle in Redcliffe saw him draw the same suspension, with the 26-year-old now set to miss fixtures against North Queensland and Sydney.

In a set of moves that are sure to outrage Todd Payten further, Cowboys' collective Neame Griffin and Chad Townsend can accept $1000 fines after each were sent to the bin during their side's heavy defeat to the Chooks.