East Wagga-Kooringal's Jacob Tiernan and Coleambally's Graham O'Connell are free to play after reports for alleged striking were withdrawn.
The pair were reported and charged after the Hawks' win at Coleambally last Saturday. AFL Riverina initially indicated O'Connell had accepted a week's suspension but in fact both players elected to plead not guilty and were to fight the charge at a tribunal hearing.
However, both reports were then withdrawn by the reporting umpire.
The Hawks could hardly afford to have another player sidelined. Their absentees for Saturday's game against the Northern Jets incude Ben Absolum, Trent Garner, James Hodges, Matt Beasley and Daniel Hitchens.
They do welcome back representative defender Nic Curran for the game at Gumly, where the Jets have beaten EWK the last two years.
O'Connell, who kicked two goals against the Hawks and was one of Coleambally's best, will also be free to play on Saturday in the Blues' critical road trip to tackle The Rock-Yerong Creek.
Coleambally are sixth, four points behind the Northern Jets who they could potentially replace in fifth. But a loss to TRYC would see the Blues slip to seventh, or possibly eighth on percentage if Charles Sturt University beat Barellan.