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SHARKS centre Ben Pomeroy has been found not guilty after challenging a grade one a dangerous throw charge
WESTS Tigers forward Adam Blair has tonight been cleared by the NRL judiciary to play St. George-Illawarra Dragons at the Sydney Cricket Ground this Sunday.
WITH plenty of conjecture over the charges laid today following Round 20 of the Telstra Premiership, we've broken down the who, what, how and why of the Match Review Committee's decisions.
SOUTH Sydney and Queensland Maroons forward David Taylor has been suspended for five weeks at the NRL judiciary tonight.
NORTH Queensland co-captain and Maroons halfback Johnathan Thurston has been found not guilty tonight by the NRL Judiciary.
THE North Queensland Toyota Cowboys will contest the grade two contrary conduct charge which has been lodged against co-captain Johnathan Thurston today.
FULLBACK Jarryd Hayne returns to the Pirtek Eels side for this week's Round 10 clash against North Queensland following a two-match suspension.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels have decided to take an early guilty plea for the grade two striking charge lodged against fullback Jarryd Hayne.
THE NRL's Match Review Committee has handed down a two-match ban to Eels superstar Jarryd Hayne, while Bulldogs utility Corey Payne and Tigers lock Chris Heighington are both looking at a week off.
PAUL Gallen and Michael Ennis both had success tonight at the judiciary and will line-up for their sides this weekend.
NRL Judiciary Chairman Greg Woods and panel members Darrell Williams and Royce Ayliffe have been ordered to stand down after launching legal proceedings in the Supreme Court.
READ all the signing, injury and judiciary news from Round 18 of the NRL.
MADUNIT takes a look at what constitutes as a 'malicious tackle'
THE injury and judiciary fallout from round 13 of the NRL
NEWCASTLE utility Matt Hilder will miss two NRL matches after pleading guilty to dangerous contact with Melbourne's Cooper Cronk during Monday night's game.