Super League players banned following Easter matches

Super League player charges

Huddersfield’s Danny Brough has been found Guilty of foul and abusive during their match against Catalans last week and has been given a one-match ban by the Match Review Panel.

St Helens forward Kyle Amor pleaded Not Guilty to the Grade B High Tackle that saw him sent off against Wigan on Good Friday.

The Match Review Panel found Amor Guilty but downgraded the charge and concluded that a sending off during the game was sufficient, hence facing no ban.

Chris Houston was charged with Grade D Contact with a Match Official after he collided with Phil Bentham during Thursday’s match between Widnes and Warrington.

The Vikings forward was found Not Guilty by the Match Review Panel and will be available for his team’s next match.

Leigh full-back Greg McNally has been banned for two matches after he submitted an Early Guilty Plea for Grade C Contact with a Match Official during his team’s defeat to Salford on Good Friday.

Daryl Clark will be banned for one match after submitting an EGP for Grade B Striking during Warrington’s Easter Monday win against Huddersfield.

Wigan centre Anthony Gelling has also been given a one-match ban after submitting an EGP for his Grade B Dangerous Throw charge on Wakefield’s Mason Caton-Brown.

Declan Patton, Luke Gale and Sika Manu all submitted Early Guilty Plea’s and will face no suspension.

One Response

  1. I think the RFL are ruining the game. I think referee and match officials should deal with the incident at the time and use the video ref confirm sin bins and sending offs…

    Retrospectively punishing can be a strategy for other teams to penalised.

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