REFEREE Ashley Klein confirmed his report would include details of two bottles being thrown onto the Galpharm pitch from the end of the stadium housing Salford fans.
The Keighley-based whistler, left, said his attention had been drawn to the bottles in the wake of Paul March's 70th-minute try.
But match commissioner Bob Connolly said there would be no follow-up over the state of the pitch in the wake of Thursday's Bryan Adams concert.
The turf was marked and worn in the areas which had been covered by the stage.
"There were some slightly raised sections which were a concern, but the groundstaff soon sorted them out, and the pitch was compacted, nothing more," said Connolly.
Salford coach Karl Harrison said: "The pitch was not a concern for me."