Albert Kelly has been handed a two-match ban by the RFL disciplinary panel following his involvement in Hull FC’s reserve squad last weekend.
The half-back featured in Hull FC’s reserve game against Bradford Bulls at Brantingham Park, alongside first-team player Mahe Fonua, and will sit the next two weeks on the sideline after being found guilty of a Grade C dangerous throw in the game.
In the Championship, Lloyd White has been found guilty of Grade C kicking and has been handed a two-match ban after he was shown a red on his Toulouse debut against York, while Widnes forward Kenny Baker has been handed a one-match suspension for Grade B dangerous contact.
Leigh’s Nick Glohe has been handed a Grade A dangerous throw, but will face no suspension.
Joe Shorrocks and Zachary Johnson have been referred to tribunal for Grade D dangerous contact and Grade E dangerous throw respectively.