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James Maloney has been found not guilty of dangerous contact at the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night.The judiciary panel of Royce Ayliffe, Bob Lindner and Sean Garlick took 10 minutes to reach a decision on the grade two charge stemming from a tackle on Gold Coast centre Konrad Hurrell.NSW playmaker Maloney is now free to play in the Sharks crucial round 22 clash against Canberra on Saturday.It caught me by surprise being charged but that is why we have this process in place and we got the decision we are after, Maloney said soon after the verdict was read out at RL Central.Hopefully we can make up for last week, we have a short turnaround so it is just about recovering well and focusing on the footy.In a case that lasted over an hour, Maloney gave evidence in regard to the 88th minute tackle in the Cbus Super Stadium draw that ended the Sharks 15-match winning streak.Maloney said he had followed NRL guidelines in the tackle.I tried to keep the leg in its range of movement as we are told to do, he said.I applied minimal pressure to the back of the knee and released him safely.I released him as soon as there was the danger of an injury.Maloney also reasserted claims his former Warriors teammate told him post-game he was feigning injury in the tackle.He told me he was trying to milk a penalty, Maloney said.That brought a rebuke from judiciary prosecutor Peter McGrath who pointed out Hurrell winced in the tackle as he fell to the ground.We may be seeing some extremely good acting or we may be seeing an honest reaction, he said.Maloney grappled with Hurrells left leg for some length of time in the tackle before the Titan crashed to the ground. Play was stopped for a minute after the tackle as Hurrell was treated for injury but no penalty was awarded.There was a high degree of carelessness, McGrath said.It was dangerous in the way he effected the tackle, his shoulder drove behind the knee and he lifted and twisted the leg.There was an unacceptable risk of injury.What caused player Hurrell to topple was a lifting of the knee. There was obvious pain on his face.Defence counsel for Maloney Nick Ghabar successfully argued there was nothing out of the ordinary in the tackle.Player Maloney was not careless but careful, he said.He took care to ensure the knee did not go beyond its normal range of motion.What he did was permissible. There was an effort to get player Hurrell safely to the ground. Robert Horry Jersey . On Tuesday, Ottawa placed forward Cory Conacher and defenceman Joe Corvo on waivers as trade rumours swirl around the Senators. 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Cause every little thing is gonna be all right." Two Americans had the top times with Mike Rodgers clocking 9.98 and 2004 Olympic champion Justin Gatlin also dipping under 10, with 9.99. Toronto sprinters Aaron Brown (10.15) and Gavin Smellie (10.30) qualified for the 100-metre semifinal by finishing in the top three in their respective heats. Calgarys Sam Effah (10.21) finished fifth in his heat and just missed qualifying. The three best times outside the top three in the heats qualified for the semifinal, and Effahs time was fourth. Looking around him though, Bolt will know he is the overwhelming favourite in the absence of injured defending champion Yohan Blake and American star Tyson Gay, who is out because of a doping scandal. "I am in great shape," Bolt said. Bolt will be looking to add the 200 and the 4x100 relay title to make it a golden triple one year after a similar feat at the London Olympics. Out on the track, his "Lightning Bolt" pose was only matched by Farahs "Mobot," holding his hands over his head in a heart shape. In a tantalizing finish to the 10,000, the double Olympic long-distance champion from Britain had to fight off defending champion Ibrahim Jeilan over the last 150 metres. But instead of giving in at the line like he did two years ago, Farahs finishing speed was such that he had time to cover his face with his hands and cross the line with his arms wide open. "I won the medal that was missing," Farah said. Mohammed Ahmed of St. Catharines, Ont., was ninth in 27:35.76 and Cameron Levins of BlackCreek, B.C., was 14th in 27:47.89 Farah now has to defend his 5,000 title next Friday and, at 30, establish himself as the defininng long-distance racer of his time with another 5,000-10,000 double in as many years.dddddddddddd Farah had been honing his finishing kick all season, and when he became the fastest European of all time over 1,500 metres last month, he knew he was a world beater. So did all of Britain, convinced he could do as well as his double at the London Olympics, and the relief of living up to expectations was visible as soon as he crossed the line. The relief was all the more so since he almost tripped when he briefly surged into the lead with about four laps to go. He kissed the Mondo blue track and fell on his back looking up at a sky over the Luzhniki Stadium which was just as perfectly blue. Temperatures were close to 27 degrees C when Farah ran, but it was even higher when defending champion Edna Kiplagat of Kenya won the first gold medal of the world championships with a blazing late kick on a scorching afternoon. Like the morning qualifying session, few fans were on hand to cheer as Kiplagat entered the stadium well ahead of surprise silver-medallist Valeria Straneo of Italy, also a mother in her 30s. As the marathoners made their way up to Red Square, there were huge empty spaces where fans should have been. Lanni Marchant of London, Ont., was 44th in 3:01.54, while Krista Duchene of Brantford, Ont., did not finish. In the decathlon, 20-year-old Gunnar Nixon set the 10-event competition ablaze in his first major global meet. But after a huge effort in the 400, American teammate Ashton Eaton, the Olympic champion, kept himself in the lead after five of 10 events. 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