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Chambers, Finucane suspended

The judiciary results for Dale Finucane and Will Chambers have been confirmed, with the pair both accepting their sanctions.

Dale Finucane has opted not to contest the Dangerous Contact charge, handing him a one-game suspension that will apply to this weekend’s game against Wests Tigers. Finucane is set to miss an extended period on the sidelines due to a fractured right thumb.

Will Chambers has pleaded guilty to his Dangerous Contact charge, accepting a two week ban. The suspension will see the Australian centre miss matches against the Tigers and the Knights.

In addition to the two week suspension, Chambers will also have 10 carry over points for the remainder of the season.

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