Hakim Miloudi learns fate at disciplinary tribunal

Hakim Miloudi
Photo: Barrow Raiders

Barrow centre Hakim Miloudi has been banned for eight matches after being found guilty of a Grade F charge of Other Contrary Behaviour.

The charge was split into two incidents. There was one of recklessly making contact with an opponent off the ball, and another of moving an injured player.

Miloudi was sent off in the 30th minute, as Barrow lost for the first time in the Championship this season. They were beaten 30-18 against Batley at home.

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He has also been fined £250.

However, the RFL say they are still investigating other claims made by Barrow and Batley. This includes a complaint from Barrow that inappropriate language was used towards Miloudi during the match, and again after the incident that saw him sent off.

Batley responded to the claims, denying claims of inappropriate language. They added two complaints of their own, firstly, that Miloudi feigned a head injury during the incident that saw him sent off.

Secondly, they allege James Meadows was assaulted while he was off the field.

The RFL say their compliance department is still investigating the claims made by both clubs.

West Wales forward also learns punishment

West Wales Raiders forward Ieuan Badham has been suspended for five matches by the Disciplinary Tribunal.

Badham was referred to the tribunal after being charged with punching during their defeat against Rochdale Hornets at the beginning of the month.

He has also been fined £75 by the tribunal.

The Raiders have lost all three of their League 1 games so far. The latest saw Oldham put 100 points on them, as they lost 100-4 at the Vestacare Stadium.

They have a bye week in Easter, before welcoming Doncaster to Stebonheath Park on 23rd April.

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