Brisbane Broncos players involved in an August 1 pub gathering have been cleared of breaching public health regulations, paving the way for them to play the Raiders in Canberra on Saturday. Apollo Protocol experts have decreed up to 10 players who were at the pub will not be required to enter a "COVID hold", meaning they are still permitted to train and play with their teammates. But the club is yet to be cleared by the NRL Integrity Unit which continues to work with Queensland authorities to determine if any Project Apollo rules were contravened. CCTV footage is being examined to corroborate the story provided by Broncos players who attended the Everton Park Hotel. Up to 10 Brisbane players claim they were eating lunch at the restaurant attached to the pub.