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Fines but no suspensions for cited Titans

The Gold Coast Titans will face three fines, but will escape having any players suspended after the Club's round 11 win over the Canterbury Bulldogs.

Esan Marsters, Jamal Fogarty and Beau Fermor were all cited, but all three were deemed grade one charges and will escape with fines.

Marsters grade one charge was for dangerous contact with the head/neck on Bulldogs centre Aaron Schoupp in the 35th minute.  He'll face a $1500 ($1150 for an early plea) fine, but will be free to play in the Titans round 12 clash against the Sharks.

Beau Fermor spent ten minutes in the sin bin for a careless high tackle on Dogs halfback Jake Averillo in the 58th minute of the match.  The Match Review Committee deemed the contact a grade one impact and Fermor will also have a $1500 fine ($1150 for early plea), but will be available for selection for round 12.

The third Titan charged was co-captain Jamal Fogarty.  In the 68th minute of the game, he made contact with Bulldog Brandon Wakeham.  The dangerous contact head/neck charge was deemed a grade one and he'll face a similar fine ($1500 or $1150 for an early plea) to his team-mates.