Brisbane forward Amber Hall will be free to play this weekend with an early guilty plea on a dangerous contact charge.
Hall came under criticism from St George Illawarra coach Daniel Lacey after an ugly challenge that left Dragons star Isabelle Kelly with a broken ankle in Saturday's 18-4 NRLW win for the Broncos.
Hall pulled on Kelly's hair before falling awkwardly on the reigning Dally M medallist in a tackle, leaving the 24-year-old screaming in pain.
On Monday the judiciary charged Hall with contrary conduct for the hair pull and dangerous contact for the tackle.
Hall will receive a $350 fine and no ban if she takes the early guilty plea for both charges.
Brisbane captain Ali Brigginshaw will also avoid any suspension with an early guilty plea on a grade one dangerous contact charge after attacking the legs of Dragons' halfback Maddie Studdon in mid-air.
Both players will be free to face the Sydney Roosters this weekend should they take the early plea.
Brisbane and the Roosters are already locked in to face each other in the NRLW grand final at ANZ Stadium on October 25 despite one more round-robin round to be played.
Dragon Shaylee Bent's season could be over however after the judiciary charged her with a grade one crusher tackle from the Broncos match.
Bent is facing a one-game ban with an early plea and will be suspended for two games if she contests the charge and loses.
The Dragons face the Warriors at ANZ Stadium on Saturday in a dead rubber.