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    New South Wales prop Payne Haas is free to play next weekend's second State of Origin game in Brisbane after avoiding sanction from the 46-nil NRL loss to South Sydney

    New South Wales prop Payne Haas is free to play next weekend's second State of Origin game in Brisbane after avoiding sanction from the 46-nil NRL loss to South Sydney


    Haas was sweating on the charge sheet but has avoided suspension after being placed on report twice in the loss, once for a high shot on Cameron Murray and later for a crusher tackle on Souths forward Mark Nicholls.

    But the news is far from positive for teammate Tevita Pangai Junior.

    Less than a day after it was revealed he was free to leave Brisbane, the backrower is facing a four-week ban for a crusher tackle.

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