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Queensland and Melbourne Storm centre Will Chambers has been fined $1,550 by the NRL judiciary over a high tackle in Wednesday night's State of Origin I. 

Chambers was slapped with a grade one careless high tackle charge for his challenge on NSW halfback Mitchell Pearce in the 50th minute of Queensland's 28-4 loss at Suncorp Stadium. 

Chambers is free to play in the Storm's clash with Newcastle on Friday night.

Queensland utility Michael Morgan was also cited for a grade one dangerous throw on Blues forward David Klemmer, but will escape a suspension after entering an early guilty plea.

The base penalty for a grade one dangerous throw is 100 points, with Morgan's charge reduced to 75 points due to his clean record in the past.


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