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QRL Judiciary: Ali Brigginshaw

Ali Brigginshaw will play in Sunday’s BHP Premiership grand final after being found not guilty of a Grade 1 Dangerous Throw charge.

Brigginshaw was charged by the QRL Match Review Committee following Valleys Diehards’ semi-final win against West Brisbane Panthers last weekend.

The halfback pleaded not guilty at tonight’s judiciary hearing at QRL headquarters.

After a 50-minute hearing, Brigginshaw was found not guilty by the judiciary panel.

Brigginshaw is now free to play in the season decider against Burleigh Bears at Totally Workwear Stadium this Sunday from 4pm.

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