Four players were put on report in yesterday's match at Mt Smart Stadium with the New Zealand Warriors and Brisbane both having two players set to come under the spotlight, including Australian Test representatives Petero Civoniceva and Tonie Carroll.
Three Sydney Roosters players will also come under scrutiny for a variety of indiscretions in their loss to North Queensland. While St George Illawarra backrower Corey Payne could also be set for a stint on the sidelines for a high tackle on Newcastle winger Adam MacDougall in Friday night's loss to the Knights at Oki Jubilee Stadium.
Meanwhile, round two of the NRL will be wrapped up tonight when the Gold Coast Titans host Cronulla at Carrara Stadium. The Sharks will be looking to join six other sides in making a perfect start to the season. Kick off is 7pm (AEST).