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Curtis Scott and Api Koroisau face NRL suspensions for brawl

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MELBOURNE centre Curtis Scott faces two weeks’ suspension for punching Dylan Walker in the face and breaking his eye socket.

Scott can accept the early plea and take the two games, or fight the charge and risk three games on the sideline.

The charge carries 300 base points, but he gets a reduction for time spent off the field after being sent off.

Manly hooker Api Koroisau will be suspended for a week if he takes the early plea for his own striking charge.

Both men threw punches in a wild melee at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

Scott has apologised for his actions that resulted in a send off for punching Dylan Walker in the Storm’s 24-4 loss to the Sea Eagles.

Scott became the first player to be sent off since David Shillington in 2015 and his side never recovered to slip out of the top four with the loss to Manly.

Walker was left with a fractured eye socket that will keep him sidelined for six weeks.

“While it doesn’t change what happened last night I would like to deeply apologise to my team, Manly and NRL fans for my actions,” Scott said.

“Not how I want to represent myself, my team, or the game.”

Scott is facing a lengthy ban after he was marched in the 52nd minute at AAMI Park after he threw a flurry of punches at Manly’s Dylan Walker, leaving him with a suspected fractured eye socket.

The Sea Eagles five-eighth and hooker Apisai Koroisau were also sin-binned for their part in the brawl.

As well as showing he can handle the big stage as a premiership centre last season, the tough 20-year-old has formed a threatening left-edge combination NSW certainty Josh Addo-Carr.

With incoming NSW coach Brad Fittler planning a clean-out of the Blues Origin team, Scott’s timing couldn’t have been worse.

Storm coach Craig Bellamy was disappointed Scott reacted so poorly to the niggle from Walker.

“He needs to learn from this,” Bellamy said.

“One thing you like about him is that he’s really competitive and that’s the first time he’s done that but he will learn from that because it’s going to be fairly costly to us and to him as well.”

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