Penrith skipper Nathan Cleary hasn’t been charged by the Match Review Committee after being put on report during last night’s win over Melbourne.
Cleary was penalised after a tackle on Storm forward Kenny Bromwich went wrong in the first half.
He faced a nervous wait over night but he’s been cleared to play in next Sunday’s season decider against Souths.
James Fisher-Harris was charged with ‘Dangerous Contact’ over an incident late in the first half but will escape suspension.
Stephen Crichton also faces a monetary penalty only after being charged with ‘Contrary Conduct’ in the 60th minute.
Melbourne’s Harry Grant is facing a ban of up to two weeks for a crusher tackle on Penrith fullback Dylan Edwards late in the game.
Troy Dodds is the Weekender’s Managing Editor and Senior Writer. He has more than 15 years experience as a journalist, working with some of Australia’s leading media organisations.