Kieran Dixon and Sitiveni Moceidreke referred to tribunal for ‘unacceptable language’

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Kieran Dixon and Sitiveni Moceidreke have both been referred to tribunal for ‘unacceptable language’ with Grade F charges. 

Dixon, 29, was playing with Rochdale on loan at the time. His incident relates back to the League 1 clash on June 12 between the Hornets and Swinton Lions at Heywood Road.

Leigh winger Dixon has since joined Widnes Vikings on loan for the remainder of the season.

London Broncos utility Moceidreke, 27, was reported during the Championship clash against Sheffield Eagles on July 3.

The details of their charges read: “Verbal abuse based on race, colour, religion, gender, sexual preference, disability, national or ethnic origin or any other form of unacceptable behaviour or language.”

Their fate will be heard at a tribunal at a later date with the Grade F charge the most serious in the sport.

Meanwhile, Bradford’s Thomas Doyle has received a two-match suspension for a Grade C dangerous contact charge.

Tribunals earlier this week

Earlier this week, Barrow’s Jarrod Sammut, Leigh’s Nene Macdonald, Featherstone’s Tyla Hepi and Bradford’s Dec Patton were all in front of the tribunal for separate charges.

Sammutt was unsuccessful in his one-match ban appeal for dangerous contact.

Hepi and Macdonald were both handed three-match bans for punching during the recent Summer Bash clash between Leigh and Featherstone. They were both shown red during the first half at Headingley Stadium.

Dec Patton will miss the rest of the season with a seven match suspension for a Grade E gouging charge.

Rochdale’s Zac Baker received a five-match penalty notice. He was found guilty of a dangerous throw during Rochdale’s defeat to rivals Swinton at home.

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About Josh McAllister 1909 Articles
Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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