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Dragons duo facing bans

Dragons back-rower Tariq Sims is facing a one-match suspension after being hit with a dangerous contact charge by the match review committee.

Sims' collision with Bulldogs five-eighth Kieran Foran in the 38th minute of Saturday's match at WIN Stadium attracted a grade one charge for dangerous contact to the head/neck of an opponent.

The one-time NSW Blues representative will need a win at the judiciary to be able to play against Cronulla next weekend.

Fellow Dragons Euan Aitken can avoid suspension by entering an early guilty plea to the same charge that was place upon against Sims.

The difference for Aitken is he doesn't have any loading. Sims has one similar offence within the last two years.

If Aitken challenges the charge and loses, he will miss one match.

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