NSW debutant five-eighth Josh Reynolds has rolled the dice and won.
The Bulldogs play-maker faced the NRL Judiciary last night, seeking a downgrade for a dangerous throw on Maroons winger Brent Tate during Wednesday night’s Origin opener.
Fox Sports reports, Reynolds was successful and will be free to play State of Origin II.
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He pleaded guilty but sought to have a grade two dangerous throw charge downgraded to grade one and will be able to return for Canterbury in Round 13 next week.
Had Reynolds failed in his bid for a downgrade, he would have missed three games.