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ALBURY captain-coach Ben Jeffery and Cootamundra rival Ben Warner will face the Group Nine judiciary this week after being sent off at Greenfield Park on Saturday.
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Albury captain-coach Ben Jeffery will face the Group Nine judiciary after being sent-off for fighting.

Jeffery and Warner traded punches in a wild incident in the dying minutes of Albury’s overwhelming 48-12 victory over Cootamundra.

With the Thunder well in control, Jeffery and Warner became involved in a heated scrap behind play, with referee Toby Popple eventually settling the dispute to set up thejudiciary hearing in Wagga on Thursday.

For Jeffery, the send-off was a sorry end to a rollicking victory for the Thunder.

Coming off a horror 46-16 loss to Southcity a week ago, Albury bounced back in dominant style against the weakened Bulldogs.

Cootamundra went into the game without centres Simon Lienesch and Iliesa Takubu, while Tom Warner and Matt Forsyth were injured on Saturday.

A last-ditch effort to get Takubu to Albury from Sydney by plane failed, leaving the backline depleted.

For Albury, Queensland recruit Izzy Rawhiti was a shining light, scoring three tries to surely cement a spot in the starting team.

Despite the lopsided result, Albury had to work hard to wear down Cootamundra, who snatched an unlikely 6-0 following an 80 metre intercept try to Matt Berkrey.

Albury equalised when Dave Cowhan scored in the 20thminute and two tries to Rawhiti before halftime gave the Thunder a 16-6 advantage at the break.

But the Bulldogscould not sustain the effort asThunder blasted on six tries to one in the second half to remain in the top five.

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