BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 15: Andrew McCullough of the Broncos is sin binned for fighting by Referee Grant Atkins during the round 18 NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the New Zealand Warriors at Suncorp Stadium on July 15, 2018 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

The NRL judiciary have handed down their charges from Round 18.

Brisbane Broncos duo Andrew McCullough and Josh McGuire have taken the early guilty plea which sees McCullough accept a $1150 fine for fighting.

McGuire can escape with a $1700 fine after a contrary conduct charge was handed to him for making contact with a match official in the 33rd minute.

Warriors forward Tevita Satae was charged with a grade 1 dangerous contact incident to the head/neck area of McCullough, but has taken the early guilty plea and will face no suspension.

Roosters prop Zane Tetevano also accepted the early plea to avoid suspension after being charged with a grade 1 dangerous contact which occured to Gold Coast’s captain Ryan James in the 38th minute.

Veteran Jamie Buhrer from the Newcastle Knights will also miss suspension after pleading guilty to making dangerous contact with Eels prop Tim Mannah in the Knights win over Parramatta in round 18.

Satae will receive 75 carry over points from his incident, while both Buhrer and Tetevano will receive 90 carry over points.