The Operational Rules Tribunal has handed down a three-match ban to Swinton Lions’ Lewis Charnock.
Charnock was also given a £75 fine after pleading guilty to a Grade D charge of punching in Swinton’s recent pre-season friendly with Whitehaven. The grading was found to be correct by the Operational Rules Tribunal.
If Swinton are able to overcome their Welsh opponents then they will face League 1 rivals Hunslet or amateurs Siddal at home.
Third Round (ties to be played February 12-13)
Lock Lane v Rochdale Hornets
Royal Navy v York Acorn
London Skolars v Hunslet Club Parkside
Swinton Lions v North Wales Crusaders
Rochdale Mayfield v Doncaster
Hunslet v Siddal
Fourth Round (ties to be played February 26-28)
York City Knights v Newcastle Thunder
Halifax Panthers v Featherstone Rovers
Leigh Cenurions v Widnes Vikings
Lock Lane or Rochdale Hornets v Barrow Raiders
Batley Bulldogs v Royal Navy or York Acorn
London Broncos v Bradford Bulls
London Skolars or Hunslet Club Parkside v Sheffield Eagles
Swinton Lions or North Wales Crusaders v Hunslet or Siddal
Workington Town v Dewsbury Rams
Rochdale Mayfield or Doncaster v Whitehaven