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Kenny to miss Titans with early guilty plea

Kenny Bromwich will miss the Titans clash after accepting an early guilty plea for his grade-two dangerous contact charge.

Bromwich was sin binned for the challenge on Rabbitohs Taane Milne in the 61st minute against the Rabbitohs on Friday night.

Bromwich is yet another Dolphins’ player to be judged as a grade-two charge this year, after Felise Kaufusi and Jeremy Marshall-King both received higher-graded charges and suspensions earlier this season.

The Dolphins’ second rower has a clean judiciary record, and has received only a one-week ban after taking an early guilty plea.

Bromwich will now miss Sunday's clash with the Titans at Suncorp Stadium but will be available for round nine against the Raiders.

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