South Sydney will be without hooker Issac Luke for three NRL matches after the New Zealand Test star pleaded guilty to a grade two dangerous throw charge.
Luke was charged by the match review committee for lifting Sydney Roosters centre Shaun Kenny-Dowall onto his head during the first half of the Rabbitohs' 24-22 win on Monday night.
The 26-year-old will now miss his side's clashes with St George Illawarra on Saturday, Wests Tigers next week and the Gold Coast Titans in round 22.
Meanwhile, Canterbury prop Sam Kasiano will front the NRL judiciary panel tonight to fight his grade two high tackle charge.
Kasiano was sanctioned for catching Fuifui Moimoi across the jaw in the opening minute of the Bulldogs' 32-12 win over Parramatta last Friday.
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