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Sione Lousi (C of the Warriors is tackled by Keith Galloway and Robbie Farah (L) of the West Tigers during the NRL Rugby League match between the Warriors v Tigers at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday the 29th March 2014.  Photo by Marty Melville/

Vodafone Warriors back rower Sione Lousi takes one on the chin in last Saturday's clash against Wests Tigers in Wellington. Photo: Photosport.


Vodafone Warriors back rower Sione Lousi will miss three matches after the NRL judiciary tonight found him guilty of a grade two dangerous throw charge he faced for a tackle on Wests Tigers second rower Cory Paterson in last Saturday’s clash at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

Lousi had accepted the dangerous throw charge but was at the hearing in Sydney with head coach Matthew Elliott tonight seeking to have the grading reduced.

If successful Lousi would have been clear to take the field against Cronulla at Remondis Stadium on Saturday.


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