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NRL Premiership - Round 02 - Melbourne Storm V Gold Coast Titans - 13 March 2016 - AAMI Park, Melbourne, Vic - Ian Knight

Melbourne Storm will be off the judiciary tonight after pleading not guilty to prop Jesse Bromwich’s dangerous throw charge.

Bromwich and Storm teammate Ben Hampton were charged for a tackle in the 34th minute of Saturday night’s clash with St. George-Illawarra on Dragons outside back Euan Aitken.

Bromwich received a Grade 1 Dangerous Throw charge which will result in 125 base penalty points and a week suspension if Storm are unsuccessful at the judiciary tonight.

Ben Hampton has taken an early guilty plea for the charge and will be available to play in Round 16.

Be at AAMI Park when we take on the Tigers, Sunday 26 June, 4pm.
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