PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Will Chambers of the Storm gestures to a team mate during the round one NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Melbourne Storm at Perth Stadium on March 10, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/Getty Images)

Melbourne Storm duo Dale Finucane and Will Chambers have both been charged by the Match Review Committee following last night’s clash with Cronulla.

Both players have been charged with dangerous contact to the head and neck of Sharks captain Paul Gallen, stemming from two separate incidents in the dying stages of Friday night’s fiery contest.

Finucane can accept a reprimand and 75 demerit points with a non-guilty plea while a guilty plea will see the forward miss one game.

Due to prior offences, Chambers is facing a two-match ban regardless of a guilty or not guilty plea.

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  1. Chambers needs to be rubbed out of the game longer than 2 weeks. His intention was clear last night to hurt and injure players rather than making strong effective tackles. the last 15 minutes was dangerous when one has that sort of aggression.

    dirty grub needs to be taken out.

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