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Judiciary update: Tino Fa'asuamaleaui

Tino Fa’asuamaleaui has accepted the early guilty plea for a Grade 1 Shoulder Charge, which will sideline the Gold Coast captain for the next three weeks.

Charged from a tackle made on Reagan Campbell-Gillard in the 40th minute of the Titans’ clash against the Eels, Fa’asuamaleaui will miss the club’s upcoming trifecta of home games at Cbus Super Stadium – including Round 21 v Roosters, Round 22 v Cowboys and Round 23 v Warriors.

He will be available in Round 24 when the Titans travel to Sydney to face the Sharks.


Monday, July 17

Titans captain Tino Fa'asuamaleaui has been charged by the match review committee following the Titans' Round 20 clash against the Eels on Sunday.

Despite not being placed on report on-field, the enforcer has been hit with a Grade 1 Shoulder Charge on Parramatta forward Reagan Campbell-Gillard in the 40th minute which will result in a three-match ban as the third and subsequent offence for the 23-year-old.

Should Fa'asuamaleaui take the early plea, he will miss next Saturday's home clash against the Roosters, Round 22 against the Cowboys and Round 23 against the Warriors. Should he fight the charge and be found guilty at the hearing, he will also miss Round 24 against the Sharks in Sydney.

No plea has been submitted at this time.

In other charges from the match, Campbell-Gillard has been hit with a Grade 3 Dangerous Contact charge for dropping his knees into Chris Randall which will see him miss four weeks; meanwhile, Maika Sivo will miss three weeks for his careless high tackle on Jojo Fifita.

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