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Dyldam Parramatta Eels forward Mitch Allgood has taken an early guilty plea at the NRL judiciary today and will miss two weeks of competition.

Allgood was placed on report in Friday night's Round 12 match against the Panthers, and charged with a Grade 1 dangerous throw for a tackle on Penrith's Josh Mansour. 

With a total of 211 points for the early plea, Allgood will be unavailable for selection for the Eels' upcoming matches against the North Queensland Cowboys and the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. 

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