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“Game is on its arse if that’s a one match ban” – how social media reacted to the RFL disciplinary charges

The disciplinary charges given out each week by the RFL always provoke a reaction from fans amongst social media. But, that reaction was even stronger after the Challenge Cup quarter-final. Here are the best quotes.

It’s fair to say that Castleford’s Liam Watts was far from impressed with his one-game ban for a late hit on Salford’s Elijah Taylor.

A Castleford fan agreed completely with Watts.

Another Castleford fan was even less impressed with the RFL’s inconsistency concerning other indiscretions during that fixture.

Even former player Ryan Boyle noted the inconsistency.

A different Castleford fan compared Watts’ indiscretion to one made a week ago in a fixture against the same team.

Another Tigers supporter didn’t exactly wax lyrical about the decision either.

Another fan called on Castleford to appeal the decision.

The news even united Wakefield and Castleford fans.



  1. Jason

    May 11, 2021 at 12:44 pm

    Could nt agree more the rfl dissaplinary is a joke inconsistent week in week out
    The next bit should be taken tongue in cheek
    Being a saints fan we just get on with it and concentrate on winning in other words it is what it is take the rough with the smooth and play better rugby it somehow can override the injustices in the game not all the time but that’s the way it is unfortunately.

  2. Dave

    May 11, 2021 at 4:09 pm

    Yorkshire clubs ALWAYS get harsher treatment from disciplinary committees than Lancashire clubs especially Wigan , Saints & Warrington . Salford are half Wigan ex players so maybe they might get leniency as well.

  3. Grant Sloane

    May 11, 2021 at 8:46 pm

    Dave’s a massive cunt….lets see leeds v salford in the final a call that rarely happens happened and Salford lost because of it….and you say Lancashire teams are hard done by. Joker

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