Barrow Raiders’ Hakim Miloudi given TWO-MONTH ban for serious offences

Two players were suspended at tonight’s meeting of the Operational Rules Tribunal.

Hakim Miloudi of Barrow Raiders has been suspended for eight matches, and fined £250, after being found guilty of a Grade F charge of Other Contrary Behaviour in the Betfred Championship defeat by Batley Bulldogs on April 3. The charge combined separate offences of recklessly making contact with an opponent off the ball, and moving an injured player.*

Ieuan Badham of West Wales Raiders has been suspended for five matches, and fined £75,after being found guilty of a Grade D charge of punching in the Betfred League One defeat by Rochdale Hornets on April 2.

*NOTE – The allegations made by both Barrow and Batley surrounding their fixture are being investigated by the RFL’s Compliance Department.

Miloudi was charged by the Match Review Panel with making contact with an opponent off the ball, and moving an injured player, with the two incidents combined as a single Grade F charge which meant he was required to appear at an Operational Rules Tribunal hearing today.

Separately, the Barrow club submitted an official complaint last Wednesday on behalf of Miloudi and their captain Jarrad Stack, who was sent to the sin bin, alleging that unacceptable language had been directed at Miloudi during the match and then again following the incident that led to his dismissal.

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