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    Newcastle's Mitchell Barnett is facing three-game NRL ban after crusher tackle on Melbourne's Jahrome Hughes

    Newcastle's Mitchell Barnett is facing at least a three-game NRL ban after being charged for a crusher tackle on Melbourne's Jahrome Hughes

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Barnett left the Storm fullback in pain after the tackle in the first half of the Knights' defeat.

    He will miss three weeks with an early guilty plea or a five-game ban if he contests the charge and loses.

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