Horo could be suspended for up to four matches for his crusher tackle on Mitchell Moses.
Manly Sea Eagles forward Justin Horo could be sidelined for up to a month after being charged by the NRL match review committee for a crusher tackle on West Tigers youngster Mitchell Moses.
Horo was slapped with a grade three dangerous contact charge after being adjudged to have applied unnecessary pressure on the head and neck of the Tigers full-back during the Sea Eagles’ 40-8 win over the Tigers on Friday.
He will miss three matches if he takes the early guilty plea, or four if he challenges and is unsuccessful.
In other NRL judiciary news, Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah received a grade-one dangerous throw charge on Manly’s Josh Starling in the same match.
He will escape with an early guilty plea, or risk one match if he challenges.