Sharks co-captain Dale Finucane has been charged by the NRL's match review committee with a grade one dangerous throw.
Finucane was charged for a tackle on Dragons prop Blake Lawrie in the 19th minute of the Sharks big win over their local rivals, with the charge attracting a penalty of two weeks for an early guilty plea or three weeks on the sidelines should he challenge at a judiciary hearing and fail to have the charge dismissed.
Over the coming days the Sharks and Finucane will consider whether to appeal and challenge at the judiciary or accept the two-match ban.
The match review also charged Dragons outside back Tautau Moga with a grade one careless high tackle on Sharks centre Jesse Ramien as a result of an incident in the closing moments of last night's game. Mog'a charge has attracted a fine rather than a match suspension.
In the only other negative to come from the Sharks impressive 52-16 win was a rib injury suffered by Braden Hamlin Uele. In injury occurred on Hamlin-Uele's first hit up of the evening however he managed to play 29 minutes before coming from the field. Hamlin-Uele will be assessed today as to the severity of the injury.