19th April 2017, 17:28 | disciplinary

DISCIPLINARY: Three players banned

DISCIPLINARY: Three players banned

The following cases were heard tonight by an independent disciplinary committee (HH Peter Charlesworth, Wilf George and Danny Sculthorpe):

Chris Houston (Widnes Vikings) plead not guilty to a Grade D Contact with Match Official charge in the 76th minute of Widnes’ Betfred Super League match against Warrington Wolves on April 13. Player was found not guilty and no ban was applied.

Kyle Amor (St Helens) plead not guilty to a Grade B High Tackle charge in the 13th minute of St Helens’ Betfred Super League match against Wigan Warriors on April 14. Player was found guilty but the charge was downgraded to Grade A and no ban was applied.

Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) plead not guilty to a Grade B Foul and Abusive language towards a match official charge in the 50th minute of Huddersfield’s Betfred Super League match against Catalans Dragons on April 12. Player was found guilty and received a one match ban and a £300 fine.

Josh Barlow (Swinton Lions) plead guilty to a Grade D Striking with elbow charge in the 67th minute of Swinton’s Kingstone Press Championship match against Hull Kingston Rovers on April 9. Player banned for four matches and fined £100.

Jamie Dallimore (Barrow Raiders) plead not guilty to a Grade D Dangerous contact charge in the 41st minute of Barrow’s Kingstone Press League 1 match against Workington Town. Player was found guilty and banned for six matches and fined £75.

 

The following players have taken the option of an early guilty plea, with suspensions as follows:

  • Daryl Clark (Warrington) – 1 match
  • Declan Patton (Warrington) – No Further Action
  • Anthony Gelling (Wigan) – 1 match
  • Luke Gale (Castleford) – No Further Action
  • Sika Manu (Hull FC) – No Further Action
  • Gregg McNally (Leigh) – 2 matches
  • Tom Hemmingway (Dewsbury) – 1 match
  • Anthony Thackeray (Featherstone) – 2 matches
  • Richie Hawkyard (Keighley) – No Further Action