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Panthers prop Reagan Campbell-Gillard is free to play the Dragons on Thursday after taking the early guilty plea on his careless high tackle charge.

Campbell-Gillard copped a grade two charge for his front-on hit on the Warriors' Sam Rapira in the 18th minute of Saturday's game.

The early guilty plea means the rookie prop, who has played every game for the Panthers this season, receives 93 penalty points.

The hit on Rapira capped off an eventful game for Campbell-Gillard, who ran for 98m, made 21 tackles and scored his first NRL try.

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