'We want to be New Zealand's team' Warriors touchdown in New Plymouth

Kata has been suspended for one week after entering an early guilty plea for a dangerous tackle on Jamie Soward in their loss to the Panthers on Saturday.The early plea (90 points) plus 68 carryover points from a previous charge took Kata over the 100-point threshold, meaning he will the club's first ever match in Taranaki.Meanwhile,Manly's Martin Taupau will miss three NRL matches after submitting an early guilty plea for his dangerous throw on Brisbane's Matt Gillett.Taupau will be out of action against Cronulla, Canberra and Penrith and won't be back on the field until the match against Gold Coast on June 20 as the Sea Eagles have a bye in round 12.St George Illawarra's Joel Thompson accepted the early guilty plea for his third high tackle in eight matches and will miss only the with South Sydney on Thursday night

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