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Broncos captain Justin Hodges was cleared to take his place in the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final at the NRL judiciary on Tuesday night.

Justin Hodges will be free to lead the Broncos into their seventh grand final after being found not guilty of a grade one dangerous throw at the NRL judiciary on Tuesday night.


Hodges was charged for his tackle on Roosters forward Aidan Guerra in the 57th minute of the Broncos' 31-12 victory in the Preliminary Final at Suncorp Stadium.

As a result of the hearing, Hodges has been cleared to take part in what will be his 251st first grade appearance and last ever game.

The Broncos will clash with the Cowboys at ANZ Stadium on Sunday, October 4, for the Provan-Summons Trophy.


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