Halifax Panthers star set for 12-MATCH ban as Dane Chisholm in hot water for ‘foul language’ towards official

Following the latest round of Betfred Championship, Betfred League One, Betfred Women’s Super League, Reserve, Scholarship and Academy fixtures, the Match Review Panel have issued the following sanctions:

Greg Worthington (Halifax) – Grade D Punching – Refer to Tribunal
Tendai Gwaze (Halifax) – Grade F Other Contrary Behaviour – Refer to Tribunal
Hakim Miloudi (Barrow) – Grade B Head Butt – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Coby Nichol (Bradford Reserves) – Grade B Dangerous Throw – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Paul Brearley (Rochdale) – Grade A Dangerous Contact – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Tom Morgan (West Wales) – Grade B High Tackle – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Dane Chisholm (Keighley) – Grade C Foul Language towards Match Officials – 2 Match Penalty Notice
Will Lovell (London Broncos) – Grade A Dangerous Contact – 0 Match Penalty Notice
The following player was handed a caution:

Rangi Chase (Rochdale) – Other Contrary Behaviour

Halifax Greg Worthington and Barrow Raiders’ Hakim Miloudi who were embroiled in a mass brawl in Monday night’s game shown live on Premier Sports.

Fax ended up with an impressive 43-18 win despite going down to 11 men just after the hour with the score at 22-18.

Worthington was seemingly upset with something that happened in a tackle involving Miloudi, with the former taking exception once the tackle had been completed.

The former Featherstone Rovers centre swung a few punches and caught Frenchman Miloudi in the face as the latter curled up trying to defend himself.

Miloudi then fell to the floor and that’s where Fax were given their second red in as many seconds as Titus Gwaze appeared to try and pick the Barrow man up off the floor.

Referee Aaron Moore was not amused and sent off the former Wakefield Trinity man, with a few expected to be sent to a tribunal for possible five-match bans or more.

That win consolidated Halifax’s place in fifth in the Championship table, just five points behind second-placed Featherstone who succumbed to a shock defeat at the weekend against Batley Bulldogs.

That left Rovers three points behind Leigh Centurions at the top of the table.