The following cases were heard tonight by an independent disciplinary committee and the outcomes are as follows:
Brad Singleton (Leeds Rhinos) pleaded guilty to a Grade E striking with elbow charge in the Betfred Super League game against Catalans Dragons on 10 March. The player has been suspended for six matches and fined £300.
Jansin Turgut (Hull FC) pleaded guilty to a Grade C striking with elbow/forearm charge in the Betfred Super League game against Hull FC on 10 March. The player has been suspended for two matches and fined £300.
Gareth Hock (Leigh Centurions) pleaded guilty to a Grade A punching charge in the Betfred Super League game against Huddersfield Giants on 10 March. The player has been fined £300.
Emmerson Whittel (Keighley Cougars) pleaded not guilty to a Grade C running in and punching charge. He pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup game against Fryston Warriors on 25 February. The tribunal downgraded to a Grade B and the player received a one match ban and £75 fine (fine suspend for 12mths).
Wilf Moxon (Bradford Bulls) pleaded guilty to a Grade B punching charge in the academy match against London Broncos on 5 March. The player has been suspended for two matches and fined £25.
Jordie Hedges (Doncaster) appealed the length of a six-match ban issued on 28 February for a Grade D dangerous throw. The Match Review Panel downgraded the suspension to four games, but the £75 fine remains.
The following players took the option of an Early Guilty Plea:
Betfred Super League
Kingstone Press Championship