HUDDERSFIELD Giants players involved in Friday's brawl against Warrington have received the all clear to play in Sunday's final Super League clash at London Broncos (3.00).
Referee Russell Smith had placed the 26th-minute free-for-all - in which Giant Jamie Bloem and Wolves duo Ben Westwood and Nathan Wood were sin-binned - on report.
RFL disciplinary chiefs have now studied the incident and ruled no further action is required.
But it's a different story for Warrington prop Mark Hilton, who was placed on report for a high tackle on Giants full-back Paul Reilly after three minutes.
He has been ordered to appear in front of the disciplinary panel tonight, when a ban can be expected.
Luckily, however, Giants head coach Tony Smith already knows he will have all those who played during the disappointing 25-12 defeat to the Wolves available for Sunday's tough trip to the capital.
The Australian will again choose from a squad of 18 - the 17 on duty last Friday, plus 18th man Ben Cooper.
And Smith knows his side will have to be at their best against a London Broncos side who have to win to secure their play-off spot.
"London have a lot of high quality players in their side," said Smith, who was impressed with the way the Broncos destroyed Widnes 40-0 at the Halton Stadium at the weekend with a superb second-half show.
"But we're determined to finish what has been a good season on a positive note.
"The boys were all bitterly disappointed with their efforts against Warrington, and Sunday is the chance to put that right."
Meanwhile, plans are now in place for tomorrow night's presentation of the Neil Whittaker Festival Trophy to be awarded to the Huddersfield-born professional rugby league player deemed to have made the most significant contribution to the sport in the town.
The big event is to be hosted by Ray French as part of the New League Weekly Roadshow and takes place at the Fartown Pavilion (8.00).
Nominated for the award are Anthony Farrell, Paul Reilly, Keith Senior, Nathan Sykes and Darren Turner, and all sports fans are welcome to attend the event.