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The NRL Match Review Committee said today that no charges would be laid following Week 2 of the NRL Telstra Premiership Finals.

The Match Review Committee looked at several incidents over the weekend but determined that none warranted charges.

The committee found that a tackle by Bulldogs forward Josh Jackson did not take the arm of his opponent, Josh Starling outside the normal range of movement.

As a result, no charges were laid, in line with the judiciary code.

The Match Review Committee also looked at a tackle by Bulldogs captain Michael Ennis on Manly half, Daly Cherry Evans but determined that it did not warrant a charge.

No charges were laid for Holden Cup matches.

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