It was thought an extra two charges could have been handed out after Thomas Flegler was put on report for a high shot, and Tyrone Peachey - wrong-footed as he was - had a high tackle of his own, however, the Broncos' enforcer (who is on a third offence) and Peachey both escaped without sanction.
All four players who have been charged have also escaped with a fine under the NRL's new judiciary code, which helps to minimalise suspensions for players for a first or second offence over a rolling 12-month window on each player's record.
All four players were hit with Grade 1 charges, with Suaalii and Leilua cited for the first time this season, and Wilton and Milford the second.
Suaalii was placed on report for a careless high tackle against Tom Dearden during the first half of yesterday's win over the Cowboys, while Leilua was pinged for a crusher tackle that wasn't penalised or put on report during the game.
Suaalii is eligible for a $1000 fine with an early guilty plea, while Leilua will pay $1500.
Wilton was hit with a Grade 1 dangerous contact charge against Daine Laurie during the second half of the Cronulla Sharks' win over the Wests Tigers, and will pay $1800 with an early guilty plea for the shot.
Milford's offence was also missed by the on-field officials, however, he has been slapped with for a 56th minute shoulder charge against Ryan James which will leave him $3000 lighter. He risks a two-match suspension if he elects to fight at the judiciary however.
Should all four players accept their early guilty pleas, they will be free to play next weekend.