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Judiciary news: Josh Aloiai/Nathan Brown

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles forward Josh Aloiai has accepted an early guilty plea for a dangerous contact (tripping) charge following Sunday's loss to Penrith.

Aloiai was cited on a Grade 2 charge for the contact made on Panthers fullback Daine Laurie in the 75th minute. He will miss the next two games.

Manly forward Nathan Brown has also taken an early guilty plea for a grade one contrary conduct against Jarome Luai (hair pull). He has been fined $1800 fine.

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