Danny Brough facing lengthy ban for abusing match official

Huddersfield star Danny Brough is set to serve a three to five-match ban after being handed a Grade D charge for verbally abusing a match official.

The Scotland captain was sent off for dissent in the Giants’ 30-12 defeat at home to Salford Red Devils on Sunday.

If the 35-year-old is found guilty of abusing a match official, he could be sidelined for three to five games.

Meanwhile, England and St Helens centre Mark Percival has received a one-match penalty notice for disputing a refereeing decision in Saints’ defeat at Wakefield Trinity.

No further action will be taken on Huddersfield back Lee Gaskell after he was charged with a Grade A high tackle.

Salford prop Lee Mossop also will not receive any further action after he was handed a Grade A charge for dangerous contact.

Hull FC pair Danny Washbrook and Masi Matongo have received cautions for dangerous contact in their win at Widnes.

Are these harsh or fair punishments? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. What happened with Sam Powell not getting charged for similar offence to Brett Ferres when Ferres had 4 match ban and why has Dan Sargison not been charged for abusing the ref when challenging a decision against him. Both on live tv Leeds v Wigan?

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