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Digital Image by Brett Crockford ©	     Anthony Watmough celebrates  NRL, Rugby League, State of Origin 2, @ ANZ Stadium, Homebush, NSW, Wednesday June 18th, 2014.

Anthony Watmough and the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will contest the grade-two dangerous throw charge at the NRL judiciary tonight.

He will front the NRL judiciary at the code’s headquarters in Moore Park at 6pm tonight. 

Due to carryover points, Watmough was going to miss 3 weeks minimum if he accepted a straight earluy- guloity plea. He will could now miss four weeks if he fights the charge at the judiciary tonight and is found guilty.

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