Gundagai fullback Will Herring will miss the reserve grade grand final after being suspended on Wednesday night.
However he has avoid a lengthy suspension after successfully having the charge downgraded.
Herring was handed a serious grade contrary conduct charge over an allegedly racist social media post, which saw him facing a base sanction of nine games, however successfully had the charged adjusted to a low level offence.
However after pleading not guilty to the lesser charge he was found guilty by the judiciary and banned for two games.
It means he will miss the grand final clash against Young at Equex Centre on Sunday.
With the suspension for a contrary conduct charge, Herring isn't allowed into the ground.
Investigations are still continuing into the involvement of others in publishing the post.