DISCIPLINARY: ROUND 12

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DISCIPLINARY: ROUND 12

Post by josie andrews » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:17 pm

Seven players have been charged following today’s meeting of the Match Review Panel, following incidents in Betfred Super League fixtures at the weekend.

The charges are as follows:

Tom Lineham (Warrington Wolves) – Grade F – other contrary conduct.

Jordan Abdull (Hull KR) – Grade D – other contrary conduct.

Both the above players will appear at a disciplinary hearing on Tuesday.

The following players have received suspensions as detailed below – they have until 11am on Tuesday to take up the option of challenging these punishments at a disciplinary hearing on Tuesday.

Kevin Naiqama (St Helens) – Grade C – high tackle. Two-match suspension.

Alex Sutcliffe (Leeds Rhinos) – Grade C – dangerous contact. Two-match suspension.

Brad Dwyer (Leeds Rhinos) – Grade B – shoulder charge. One-match suspension.

Adam Milner (Castleford Tigers) – Grade B – use of knees. One-match suspension.

Leroy Cudjoe (Huddersfield Giants) – Caution – dangerous throw

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Re: DISCIPLINARY: ROUND 12

Post by morley pie eater » Tue Sep 15, 2020 8:58 am

Presumably the video of the Cats Wigan match wasn't clear enough for them to charge any of our players this week?

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Re: DISCIPLINARY: ROUND 12

Post by TravellingWarrior » Tue Sep 15, 2020 9:51 am

morley pie eater wrote:
Tue Sep 15, 2020 8:58 am
Presumably the video of the Cats Wigan match wasn't clear enough for them to charge any of our players this week?
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Post by josie andrews » Tue Sep 15, 2020 8:54 pm

Warrington Wolves' Tom Lineham has been suspended for eight matches and fined £500 after being found guilty of 'Other Contrary Behaviour' during his side's Betfred Super League fixture against Castleford Tigers last Thursday.

The RFL's Match Review Panel yesterday determined that the Warrington Wolves winger had committed a Grade F offence and referred the incident to an independent tribunal. Lineham contested the decision, but the tribunal found it to be correct.

Jordan Abdull of Hull KR has been suspended for two matches after pleading guilty to a charge of Other Contrary Behaviour during last week's defeat by St Helens.

Abdull successfully challenged the grading of the offence as D, downgrading it to Grade C. He has also been fined £500.

Earlier, St Helens' Kevin Naiqama successfully challenged yesterday's Match Review Panel decision to suspend him for two matches.

The Fijian centre had been adjudged guilty of a Grade C high tackle on Hull Kingston Rovers' Kane Linnett during the closing stages of Friday's Betfred Super League fixture. Naiqama accepted the original high tackle verdict, but challenged the panel's grading.

The tribunal downgraded the tackle to Grade A and, whilst Naiqama has been fined £500, there will be no suspension.

One further tribunal this evening will consider a Match Review Panel referral in respect of Tom Hull Kingston Rovers’ Jordan Abdull, who is also charged with a 'Contrary Behaviour' offence - this one at Grade D.

Earlier today, Leeds Rhinos' Alex Sutcliffe opted to accept his two-match suspension for dangerous contact, while teammate Brad Dwyer and Castleford Tigers' Adam Milner accepted their one-game suspensions for Grade B offences.
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