Hunslet players Josh Tonks, Duane Straugheir and Jordan Andrade have been banned by the match review panel.
Tonks has been banned for three games for a Grade C punching charge in Hunslet’s 32-10 win at Keighley. He was sent off late on in the game.
Straugheir has been banned for one-match for Grade B punching, while forward Andrade will sit out two matches for Grade C strikes with forearm and elbow in the same match at Cougar Park.
Keighley back-rower Dan Parker has been handed a two-match ban for Grade B punching, which he was sent off for.
Elsewhere, Batley forward Dane Manning was sin-binned for a dangerous challenge on the half hour mark of Batley’s 16-10 win over rivals Dewsbury last Sunday. He has been banned for three games for a Grade C dangerous throw.
Manning’s team-mate, James Brown, will miss one game for Grade B raising of the knees.
London Skolars centre Lameck Juma’s Grade D dangerous contact charge and Hunslet winger Dale Bloomfield’s Grade D striking charge have been referred to a tribunal.