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Marshall-King accepts charge

The Dolphins will accept the grading of Jeremy Marshall-King’s dangerous contact charge and he will be suspended.

Marshall-King was handed a charge out of the Dolphins’ 20-14 victory over the Raiders on Saturday night.

The tackle on Corey Horsburgh was judged a grade two dangerous contact, which carried a suspension of two weeks if Marshall-King took an early guilty plea.

The acceptance of the charge means Marshall-King will miss the Dolphins’ matches against the Knights in Newcastle this Friday, and next week’s Battle For Brisbane against the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium.

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Meanwhile, Tom Gilbert will accept a grade one dangerous contact charge and a fine of $3000 for a tackle on Pasami Saulo.

Gilbert is free to play against the Knights on Friday.

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