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Huge nine players charged by Match Review Panel

The Match Review Panel has completed their look at last weekend’s action from the Betfred Super League.

Round 16 completed on Sunday having started on the Thursday night with some huge match ups and big results.

Following this round of fixtures a huge nine players have been charged by the match review panel.

Among them are St Helens and Hull FC stars Jonny Lomax and Jordan Lane both of whom were charged with striking however neither were punished.

It wasn’t the case for James Harrison. The Warrington Wolves star was banned for two games and fined for a tackle that injured Castleford Tigers’ Nathan Massey on Friday.

He was the only player banned this week.

Hull KR duo Fouad Yaha and Yusuf Aydin were both fined as was Will Dagger of Wakefield trinity and Romain Navarrette of Catalans Dragons.

Ed Chamberlain avoids a ban for a dangerous throw.

Salford Red Devils’ Tim Lafai and Navarrette have been cautioned for raising the knee.

Remarkably there was only one ban this week unlike in recent weeks.

No one was referred to tribunal.

Following the latest round of Betfred Super League matches, the Match Review Panel have issued the following sanctions:

Jonny Lomax (St Helens) – Grade A Strikes – No Further Action
Jordan Lane (Hull FC) – Grade A Strikes – No Further Action
James Harrison (Warrington Wolves) – Grade D Dangerous Contact – 2 Match Penalty Notice and £250 Fine
Fouad Yaha (Hull KR) – Grade B High Tackle – £250 Fine
Yusuf Aydin (Hull KR) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – £250 Fine
David Fifita (Wakefield Trinity) – Grade A Disputes Decision – No Further Action
Will Dagger (Wakefield Trinity) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – £250 Fine
Romain Navarette (Catalans Dragons) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – £250 Fine
Ed Chamberlain (Leigh Leopards) – Grade A Dangerous Throw – No Further Action

The following players have received a caution:

Romain Navarette (Catalans Dragons) – Raising Knee in Tackle
Tim Lafai (Salford Red Devils) – Raising Knee in Tackle

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