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Lussick free to play, Tetevano cops one

Roosters forward Zane Tetevano has had his reckless high tackle charge downgraded and will miss one match through suspension.

Tetevano pleaded guilty to a high tackle on Titans forward Ben Nakubuwai, but successful argued for the charge to be downgraded to a careless high tackle.

The charge holds 150 points, which will see him miss one NRL match and take 50 carry-over points.

Tetevano will now be available for selection after this weekend's match against the Brisbane Broncos.

Meanwhile Manly forward Darcy Lussick was found not guilty of tripping at the NRL judiciary and is free to play against Penrith this weekend.

Elsewhere the Gold Coast's Keegan Hipgrave will serves a one-match ban next season after he pleaded guilty to a grade one shoulder charge.



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