Brad Singleton handed two-match ban

Leeds prop Brad Singleton has received a two-match suspension for a Grade B high tackle.

The Ireland international was sent off in Leeds’ 48-8 win over Catalans at Emerald Headingley last Friday for a high shot on Sam Kasiano.

Singleton will miss the Rhinos’ upcoming games against St Helens and London after being charged with a Grade B high tackle by the Rugby Football League’s match review panel.

Elsewhere, London forward Rob Butler has been given a one-match ban for a Grade B dangerous contact in their 20-6 defeat at Castleford.

He will miss the Broncos’ trip to Catalans on Saturday.

London’s Alex Walker and St Helens duo Matty Lees and Aaron Smith received Grade A charges but will not face a suspension.

Salford prop Gil Dudson has received a caution for dangerous contact.

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