London ace James Meadows handed four-match ban

London half-back James Meadows has received a four-match suspension for bad language towards a match official.

The 20-year-old picked up the Grade D charge of use of foul and abusive language towards a match official and questioning the integrity of a match official while playing on loan for Sheffield against Leigh in the Championship.

Meadows pleaded not guilty to the Grade D charge but he was found guilty at tribunal. He has been handed a £250 fine.

He missed the Broncos’ clash with Hull FC on Thursday and will be sidelined for their upcoming games against St Helens, Salford and Castleford.

Elsewhere, Batley star Dane Manning has been given a one-match penalty notice for a Grade B dangerous throw.

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