Wright has taken the early guilty plea for a dangerous throw charge and will miss the final two games of the NRL season.
Cronulla centre Jonathan Wright has taken the early guilty plea on a grade three dangerous throw charge and will miss the final two games of the 2014 season.
Wright joins a long list of Sharks players who will miss Monday’s round 25 clash with North Queensland either through injury or suspension.
Paul Gallen, Anthony Tupou, Nathan Gardner and Wade Graham have all accepted back-dated 12-month doping bans that rule them out for the rest of the season.
Tinirau Arona (back/hamstring), Bryce Gibbs (foot), Mark Mexico (suspension), Sam Tagataese (suspension), Andrew Fifita (arm), Luke Lewis (knee/hamstring), Siosaia Vave (pec), David Fifita (foot), Eric Grothe Jnr (back), Jacob Gagan (hamstring) John Morris (neck – retired), Beau Ryan (neck – retired) are all out for action for the rest of the season.
In other NRL judiciary news, Manly prop Jason King has taken the early plea on a grade two careless high tackle on Parramatta’s Tepai Moeroa, but will fight the grading in front of the judiciary on Wednesday.