Well, the Magic Weekend is now over and what a weekend it has been!
Toulouse Olympique kicked off the showpiece event with a superb win over West Yorkshire side Wakefield Trinity, helping their fears of relegation whilst St Helens and Wigan Warriors played out a classic in the second fixture with Kristian Woolf’s men just about getting over the line against Matt Peet’s side.
The third game on Saturday saw Castleford Tigers go down to Leeds Rhinos despite leading at half-time as the latter ran in 28 points in the second forty minutes for a brilliant 34-20 win.
Wind the clock forward to Sunday and Huddersfield Giants were able to overcome Salford Red Devils for the first game of the afternoon, with Warrington Wolves easing past Catalans Dragons in perhaps the shock of the round so far.
Then came arguably the game of the round as Hull FC and Hull KR dished up an absolute classic with the Black and Whites just about getting over the line in a 34-28 win.
But, just which stars, do we at Serious About Rugby League feel, could be in disciplinary trouble following the weekend?
Wakefield Trinity vs Toulouse Olympique
David Fifita (Wakefield Trinity)
Rob Butler (Wakefield Trinity) – dangerous tackle
St Helens vs Wigan Warriors
Brad Singleton (Wigan Warriors) – dangerous tackle
Leeds Rhinos vs Castleford Tigers
Aidan Sezer (Leeds Rhinos) – high tackle
Matt Prior (Leeds Rhinos) – late tackle
Hull KR vs Hull FC
Scott Taylor (Hull FC) – shoulder charge
Brad Fash (Hull FC) – crusher
If Fifita and Butler are found guilty for Wakefield, they could be looking at missing Trinity’s important away game at Hull KR next Sunday.
Likewise, Singleton will likely miss Wigan’s home game against Hull FC on Friday night with Sezer and Prior potentially missing Leeds’ against Toulouse.
Taylor and Fash, if found guilty, will miss out on the Black and Whites’ fixture over the Warriors.