The Canterbury star will miss three games after taking an early guity plea for a shoulder charge on Will Chambers.
New South Wales and Canterbury five-eighth Josh Reynolds will miss three matches after taking an early guilty plea for a shoulder charge on Queensland winger Will Chambers.
Reynolds’ first-half hit in his sides 32-8 loss resulted in Chambers leaving the playing field with for a concussion test before returning to play the rest of the match.
Reynolds will miss the Bulldogs’ clashes with Melbourne Storm, Wests Tigers and North Queensland before returning to face Penrith at ANZ Stadium on August 1.
The 25-year-old was one of four players to charged in what was a typically physical Origin clash. Rabbitohs back-rower Ben Te’o will miss one game for a Grade 1 dangerous conduct charge following his 23rd minute head-high contact on Trent Hodkinson.
New South Wales’ Greg Bird will face two games out after a dangerous throw on Gold Coast Titans team-mate Nate Myles, while Myles will escape a ban with an early plea for his raised forearm on Bird.