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Young forwards Felise Kaufusi and Nelson Asofa-Solomona are both facing stints on the sideline after the NRL Review Committee findings from the weekend's representative round.

Kaufusi was charged for dangerous contact in Tonga's loss to Samoa on the Gold Coast on Saturday night and as a result of prior carry-over points faces one week on the sidelines if an early guilty plea is taken.

Asofa-Solomona, who represented the Junior Kiwis over the weekend was charged for a dangerous throw in the 63rd minute of his side's loss to the Junior Kangaroos. An early guilty plea will see the 19-year old face a month on the sidelines. An unsuccessful challenge of the charge at the judiciary could see Asofa-Solomona miss six weeks of football.

Melbourne Storm have until lunch time tomorrow to decide whether to accept the charges handed down by the NRL Match Review Committee.

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