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Jarrod Wallace has been found not guilty of a grade one shoulder charge, allowing him to make his Queensland Maroons debut in Game Two of the 2017 Holden State of Origin series.

The Gold Coast forward, who was cited following the incident in the 40th minute of the Titans' Round 14 defeat to the Warriors, succesfully argued that it was an unavoidable collision, with the the NRL Judiciary agreeing with the 25-year-old.

After a brief hearing at Rugby League Central in Moore Park, Wallace's fate was determined and he will join three other debutants in the Maroons side.