Lomax cleared, Ravalawa awaits sanction for dissent

St George Illawarra winger Zac Lomax will be breathing a sigh of relief after avoiding sanction for a mid-air collision in the Dragons' win over Wests Tigers.

Attempting to hold onto his spot in the NSW State of Origin side, Lomax wasn't sanctioned by the NRL's match review committee after bumping into Tigers winger Solomon Alaimalo while competing for a ball in Friday's 56-14 win.

Alaimalo was taken off for treatment after falling onto the WIN Stadium turf, but Lomax was cleared of any wrongdoing.

This will be welcome news for coach Michael Maguire as the rookie Blues winger will be available for game two in Melbourne on June 26.

The Dragons face Manly next week in Lomax's final Origin audition.

But the news is not that positive for teammate Mikaele Ravalawa, who was sent off while playing for the Dragons' NSW Cup side after abusing a match official.

Dropped from the Dragons' NRL team last week, Ravalawa was sent off with three minutes to go in Friday night's 18-14 NSW Cup loss to Parramatta.

The Fijian winger was furious after believing there had been a knock on in the lead up to the Eels' match-winning try, which came from a fumbled kick.

Ravalawa is understood to have turned around and sworn twice at the touch judge after the try was awarded, before being sent from the field.

"I apologised after the game," Ravalawa said outside of WIN Stadium.

"It was not professional and I'm sorry."

Ravalawa will face a nervous wait until the NSW Rugby League hand down their charge sheet on Monday to find out if he faces further sanction.

Any ban could potentially hurt his chances of returning to the NRL side after being axed by Shane Flanagan.