Castleford, St Helens and Wakefield: Super League stars who could be in disciplinary trouble

Another Super League weekend has been done and dusted as round three gets put to the wayside.

Leeds Rhinos went down narrowly to Catalans Dragons on Thursday night as Wigan Warriors just about overcame Huddersfield Giants on the same evening.

Hull KR finally got their first win of the season against a dismal Castleford Tigers whilst St Helens notched up another win over a stubborn Wakefield Trinity.

Then it was the turn of Hull FC to turn on the style against Salford Red Devils, with Warrington Wolves and Toulouse Olympique bringing up the rear in the weekend’s final game.

Yet again, there were plenty of yellow cards on display as five stars were given their marching orders for ten minutes.

First, both Bureta Faraimo and Liam Watts were sent to the sinbin on Friday night by referee Liam Moore live on Sky Sports.

The former Hull FC duo were pinged for contact with the head, though in Faraimo’s case, Hull KR fullback Will Dagger was falling over.

Watts was punished for taking Mikey Lewis late around the head and was subsequently given a ten-minute breather.

There were also two more cards handed out on Friday night as St Helens’ new signing Curtis Sironen was sent to the sinbin, whilst Wakefield’s David Fifita was also handed a yellow.

Salford’s Marc Sneyd then rounded up the cards dished out on Saturday afternoon against his former side Hull.

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