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Dolphins duo charged, facing 3 weeks each

Jarrod Wallace and Anthony Milford face stints on the sidelines after being charged by the NRL judiciary today.

Both could miss three matches by taking early guilty pleas on the charges from the loss to the Warriors in New Zealand.

Wallace was hit with a grade two shoulder charge, while Milford was also given a grade two for dangerous contact.

A downgrade could see them get fines only, but if the charges were challenged and ultimately successful, both could spend four weeks out.

The Dolphins will decide by tomorrow what action to take on the charges as the team prepares to face the Sea Eagles in Sydney on Friday.

Milford sent to the sin bin

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