AUSTRALIA centre Isabelle Kelly has been cleared of biting during the Jillaroos' 38-0 win over England in the women's World Cup in Sydney on Sunday.
Thatto Heath prop Chantelle Crowl made the complaint to referee Todd Smith after reeling out of a tackle on Kelly late in the first half of the second round group game at Cronulla.
The incident was put on report but a tournament spokesman confirmed afterwards that the match review panel had advised that no charges would be brought following the round two fixtures

It was a tough game for England - featuring a cluster of Thatto Heath players - who lost 38-0 to the Jillaroos in in Sydney on Sunday.

In a tough schedule of three games in nine days, England must beat Cook Islands in their final group match on Wednesday to progress through to the semi-finals.