The most ill-disciplined and disciplined Super League clubs updated as Castleford Tigers, Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors analysed

It’s been a popular feature has revealing the most ill-disciplined and disciplined clubs in Super League.

Fans are hungry to know just where their clubs are positioned in such a competitive environment with yet more bans being handed out during this week.

Leeds Rhinos have been one of the most talked about in terms of ill-discipline and they received three bans from the Disciplinary Match Review Panel’s investigation on Monday.

In terms of yellow and red cards, however, one team is now far and away the most ill-disciplined in that respect with Castleford Tigers now boasting two red cards and 15 yellows – two yellow cards clear of Leeds who sit in second in that respect.

Both St Helens and Catalans Dragons have 12 cards to their name, but Saints have just one red and 11 yellows whilst Catalans have been given the most red cards in Super League with three – as well as nine yellows.

Salford Red Devils and Hull FC are also locked on 11 cards each, but Salford have no red cards only yellow whilst the Black and Whites have three red cards and eight yellows.

Warrington Wolves are just behind Salford and Hull with 10 cards – but they have no reds – with a major leap to the next side in Huddersfield Giants.

Ian Watson’s men have been given just one red card and six yellows, with Wakefield Trinity not far behind with six yellows.

Impressively, Hull KR and Toulouse Olympique are locked on just four yellow cards with Danny McGuire and Sylvain Houles clearly being big on discipline.

But, still far and away the most disciplined side in Super League is Matt Peet’s Wigan Warriors who still only have one red card and two yellows to their name.

It’s an incredible statistic considering that Castleford have amassed 17 cards in the same space of time as Wigan’s three.

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