RFL ban Brough for two games

Huddersfield’s Danny Brough has been banned for two games and fined £300 at the RFL’s disciplinary hearing on Tuesday.

Brough was charged with two separate dangerous contact offences in last week’s 26-21 Super League defeat by Castleford.

The 34-year-old pleaded not guilty to Grade B and Grade C Dangerous Contact charges.

He was found guilty on both counts, although the Grade C charge was downgraded to a Grade B.

Brough was cited for two separate incidents involving Jake Webster and Grant Millington.

The latter incident, a ‘cannonball’ tackle, led to Brough being sin-binned and handed Castleford the opportunity to score their winning try.

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