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Lewis takes early guilty plea

Lachlan Lewis has accepted an early guilty plea for a careless high tackle on Cameron Munster during last week's match against the Storm and will miss one week through suspension.

The halfback was hit with a pair of high-tackle charges by the match review committee following the Bulldogs' loss to Melbourne.

The first of his careless high-tackle charges was a grade two offence, while his second offence - a tackle on Josh Addo-Carr - was deemed grade one and has attracted a fine.

Lewis took the early guilty plea and will miss this week's clash with the Wests Tigers.


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