The match review committee have endured a busy Thursday night after handing out a stunning five charges from the Sea Eagles' 34-30 home victory over arch-rivals Parramatta.
An absolute points-fest, while Josh Schuster's return to field or the Eels' dramatic 0-3 start were the obvious talking points, there was a fair share of foul play throughout the evening after five players were fined post-game.
Parramatta duo Mitchell Moses and Maika Sivo both picked up Grade 1 contrary conduct charges for incidences with Kelma Tuilagi and Christian Tuipulotu respectively, although the pair's fines aren't identical.
Being Moses' first charge, the halfback will pay just $750 for an early guilty plea or $1000 if he fails at the judiciary, while for Sivo, having prior charges means the hulking winger will pay $1800 with a plea, or risk $2,500 in front of the tribunal.
A third Parramatta player was charged in Reagan Campbell-Gillard, who was pinged for a shoulder charge on Josh Aloiai in the 66th minute, picking up a Grade 1 resulting in a $3,000 fine, however it could turn into a two-game if he fights it at the judiciary.
Funnily enough, Josh Aloiai was charged in the very same minute he was shoulder charged, after committing a crusher tackle on Bryce Cartwright, and earning a Grade 1 charge himself. The former Tiger will cop a $1,500 fine for the incident, which balloons to $2,000 if found guilty by the tribunal.
Lastly, another Manly forward was charged in Taniela Paseka, who clipped Jack Murchie in the second-half of the contest, and has since been slipped with a Grade 1 charge for a careless high tackle, however once again, he's been fined for his efforts.
The Sea Eagle will fork out $1,000 with an early guilty plea, or risk $1,500 to fight it.
The players have the weekend to decide whether they'll take the reduced fine, or try and beat it at the judiciary early next week.