De Belin's back-up position for the Blues in Wednesday's State of Origin was jeopardised when he was slapped with the grade-one unsafe contact charge on Monday.
St George Illawarra forward Jack de Belin has lost his bid to remain NSW's 19th man after copping a one-match NRL ban for a crusher tackle.
The guilty verdict means the Dragons forward will miss one game and has 75 carryover points.
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Wests Tigers forward Tim Grant will also be suspended for one match after he pleaded no contest to a risky throw charge from his side's lost to the Sharks.
De Belin will also miss out on playing a role as a shadow player for NSW, as the Blues try to secure the State of Origin series on Wednesday night at ANZ Stadium.
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