Hansen free for final
Wigan Warriors second rower Harrison Hansen has been cleared to play in Saturday's Carnegie Challenge Cup final.
The Samoa international's place at Wembley was thrown into doubt after he was charged with a dangerous tackle on Bradford captain Andy Lynch during his side's 60-12 Engage Super League win over the Bulls last Friday.
Hansen, who has missed only one of the champions' last 13 matches, appeared before a Rugby Football League disciplinary committee today on a grade B charge but was found not guilty, leaving him free to face Leeds Rhinos.
Meanwhile, Warrington back rower David Solomona will miss the Super League showdown with Wigan on Sunday week after being handed a one-match ban for a dangerous tackle during the Wolves' 25-12 win over Catalan Dragons last Saturday.
St Helens forward Jon Wilkin has also been given a one-match for a trip on Hull KR centre Kris Welham during his side's 24-22 defeat at Craven Park last Sunday.
Rovers will be without stand-off Blake Green for their must-win game against the Dragons in Perpignan on Saturday week.
The Australian was handed a one-match ban for a dangerous throw on St Helens winger Jamie Foster.