RSL-Colts will be at full strength for this weekend's RSL-Whitney Cup grand final after Marty Jeffrey and Matt Keenan had charges downgraded at the judiciary.
The pair were both hit with grade two offences after last weekend's clash with CYMS.
The pair were charged with dissent by umpires Matt Knudsen and Col Harper.
But after the charges were downgraded on Tuesday night the pair avoided suspension.
"They were still found guilt and received a stern reprimand," Dubbo District Cricket Association president Jeff Shanks said.
With only one weekend of the season left, Shanks is imploring players to respect the game and officials in the grand finals.
"We are playing at the pointy end of the season now and tensions get high but people have got to play within the rules and the spirit of the game," Shanks said.
"The umpires are there to control the game and need to be respected."
Jeffrey and Keenan are expected to come under plenty of pressure again this weekend while opening the batting against Newtown.
The pair only made 19 and 6 respectively but Colts veteran Jason Ryan hailed their efforts in blunting the CYMS attack and standing firm against Cougars openers Ben Strachan and Bailey Edmunds.
"They didn't get big runs but they did well and weathered the storm," Ryan said.
"They're an important part of the top order and if we had lost both it would have been massive. We would have had to find two openers and start again from scratch.
"It's great to have them available and we can go in with the same gameplans as always."
The focus is now back firmly on securing another premiership in what could be a massive weekend for the RSL-Colts club this season.
So often a powerhouse of Dubbo cricket during the past two decades, Colts will feature in the first, second and third grade grand finals this weekend.
Colts meets Newtown and Rugby in first and second grade respectively while RSL-Colts Coolbaggie will meet Newtown Black in the RSL-Kelly Cup decider.
"We knew we'd be strong in first and second grade this year but we weren't about having three sides in third grade," Ryan said.
"There was a bit of doubt about doing it or not, but we did it and to have one of the sides in a grand final is a massive achievement."
The RSL-Whitney Cup and RSL-Pinnington Cup deciders will be played across Saturday and Sunday.
The RSL-Kelly Cup decider is a one-day game on Saturday with the RSL-Dawson Cup third grade repechage grand final on the Sunday.