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Fisher-Harris and Crichton cop charges

James Fisher-Harris and Stephen Crichton have been charged by the NRL Match Review Committee following the Preliminary Final victory over Melbourne Storm.

Fisher-Harris received a grade one dangerous contact charge for contact on Storm forward Felise Kaufusi in the 37th minute of the game at Suncorp Stadium.

Crichton received a grade one contrary conduct charge for tossing away the boot of Storm centre Justin Olam in the 60th minute of the contest.

Both players face monetary penalties only and will be free to play in the 2021 NRL Grand Final next Sunday.

Panthers playmaker Nathan Cleary is also available for selection after being cleared of a lifting tackle by the NRL Match Review Committee.

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