Today is the disciplinary after some huge games between Leeds Rhinos and Leigh Leopards, Hull FC and Wakefield Trinity and Warrington Wolves and Catalans Dragons in what was a huge weekend for the Betfred Super League.
This was embodied by the game at the Jungle as Castleford Tigers lost 28-0 to Huddersfield Giants. After the game fans stayed behind in protest as they dropped to bottom of the league and after the game the board chose to part company with Andy Last in a huge call.
Elsewhere, Wigan Warriors racked up the points against Hull KR. This was largely down to the fact that Hull KR rested plenty of their stars ahead of a trip to Wembley next week.
Meanwhile, the post Daryl Powell period began with a disappointing defeat for Warrington Wolves as they were played off the park by the league leaders Catalans Dragons.
On Sunday we were treated to three more games. Leeds Rhinos competed but lacked ideas against Leigh Leopards.
Hull FC continued to show that they can push for the play-offs at this late stage as they battered Wakefield Trinity sending them back to the bottom of the league.
Champions St Helens meanwhile spoilt the party at Salford Red Devils as they celebrated their 150th anniversary. They battled back from 15-2 down to win 18-15.
But after a big weekend of action the focus today will shift as always onto disciplinary and there are a few stars who could face nervous waits.
There is one side who could be especially anxious and that is the Catalans Dragons. The French side could face up to four bans today. The first came for an incident Terry O’Connor felt could have yielded a yellow card if Matty Nicholson had stayed down.
Catalans captain Ben Garcia was the man at fault as Nicholson was lifted into a dangerous position.
Later in the game Alrix Da Costa hit Josh Thewlis with a thunderous shot but there was suspicion that Da Costa made contact with the head.
Speaking of which Romain Navarrete could be punished for a high tackle whilst Tyrone May’s push to the face of an opponent could also yield a punishment.