Jarome Luai’s contact with touch judge to be scrutinised just before State of Origin selection

Penrith five-eighth Jarome Luai faces a nervous wait after making intentional contact with a touch judge during the Panthers’ 15-4 win over Brisbane on Thursday night.

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