Super League trio Anthony Mullally, Kyle Amor and Bureta Faraimo are set to miss Magic Weekend after receiving suspension charges.
There were 14 cards shown in the sixth round of the Challenge Cup on the weekend, some of which have resulted in suspensions.
The match review panel issued Leeds Rhinos prop Anthony Mullally with a Grade A use of knees in their Challenge Cup win over Widnes Vikings. He was involved in four Grade A incidents in the game, two at zero match penalty notices, two at one match penalty notice, should the first two notices go unchallenged.
Ireland star Amor received a one-match penalty notice for Grade B dangerous contact in St Helens’ win over Castleford Tigers.
USA winger Bureta Faraimo was handed a two-match penalty notice for a Grade C high tackle in Hull FC’s win at Featherstone Rovers.
Featherstone have been dealt a blow, with Misi Taulapapa being charged with a two-match penalty notice for a Grade B other tackling offence, while Gareth Hock has been given a one-match penalty notice for Grade A punching.
Hull FC centre Josh Griffin, Hull KR prop Danny Tickle and Toronto Wolfpack back-rower Andrew Dixon received no match penalty notices for Grade A punching.
Leigh Centurions star Jamie Acton was issued with a caution by the match review panel for dangerous contact in their win over Salford Red Devils.