Castleford Tigers' Yorkshire and England forward Rhiannion Marshall has been cleared to play against her previous side Leeds Rhinos in Saturday's Coral Women's Challenge Cup final.
Marshall had a suspension reduced at an independent disciplinary hearing.
She served three matches of a four-match ban following an incident in a Women’s Super League fixture against Bradford in June, but Castleford took up the option of appealing against the severity of the punishment.
The panel ruled the incident did not merit such a severe suspension, especially considering her good disciplinary record over a 10-year career, so she will be available to line up against Leeds at University of Bolton Stadium this weekend.
Tigers had a reprieve when they were allowed to continue in the competition despite fielding an ineligible player in their 100-0 semi-final win over Wakefield Trinity.