Broncos recruit James Segeyaro will serve a one-match club suspension after his low-range drink driving offence earlier this week.
Segeyaro will be unavailable for Brisbane's next game in round 13 against the Titans, and will also complete a traffic offenders course and 40 hours of community service.
The NRL Integrity Unit has signed off on the Broncos punishment. Segeyaro meeting the NRL's Karyn Murphy on Wednesday and apologising in person for his actions.
The livewire No.9 recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.027 when pulled over by police on Monday morning. As a p-plate driver, Segeyaro is not allowed to record any alcohol level above zero.
After his pathway to first grade was blocked by Cronulla's salary cap punishment, Segeyaro linked with the Broncos for the rest of 2019.
His one-match comes after just two games for the club, with the 28-year-old's future uncertain beyond his current deal.