Cleary given green light to play in season decider

The tackle involving Nathan Cleary. Photo: NRL Photos.
Share this story

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.

Share this story