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Sue found not guilty at judiciary

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs forward Sauaso Sue has been found not guilty at the NRL judiciary after being charged with a dangerous contact offence during the club's round 14 clash with the Sydney Roosters.

Sue was charged with a grade one dangerous contact charge on Roosters halfback Cooper Cronk and was facing a two-match ban, but was found not guilty after challenging the charge.

The 27-year old is available for selection for the Dogs' round 15 home game against the Sharks.

"I'm very relieved, I didn't think what I did was against the rules so I was confident," Sue told after the hearing. 

"I thought he still had the ball when I made contact so I didn't think anything of it at the time. It's footy and some things just happen but definitely pleased with the result."