Seven Fryston players charged after Challenge Cup brawl

Seven Fryston Warriors players have been hit with a number of charges relating to a violent incident in their Challenge Cup third round tie with Keighley Cougars at the weekend.

Some heavt bans are in store for some players, if found guilty by the panel.

With two Grade F charges levelled against him, Steve Scott could potentially be suspended for 16 games.

Sean Gee could be looking at eight games.

Two Keighley players have also been charged for their part in the brawl.

Another notable player to be in the dock is Toronto’s Fuifui Moimoi, whose Grade E high tackle against Siddal could give him a long ban.

CHALLENGE CUP THIRD ROUND DISCIPLINARY CHARGES

Adam Rothwell (Fryston) – Grade A Punching (EGP available)
Davey Dixon (Keighley) – Grade A Punching (EGP not available)
Andy Speake (Fryston) – Grade D Running in and Punching (EGP not available)
Emmerson Whittel (Keighley) – Grade C Running in and Punching (EGP available)
Sean Gee (Fryston) – Grade F Running in and Punching (EGP not available)
Ben Strong (Fryston) – Grade C Running in and Punching (EGP available)
Steve Scott (Fryston) – Grade F Running in and Punching (EGP not available)
Steve Scott (Fryston) – Grade F Kicking (EGP not available)
Craig Jones (Fryston) – Grade B Running in and Punching (EGP available)
Jack Lee (Fryston) – Grade B Entering field without permission (EGP available)
Leon Crellin (Egremont) – Grade B High Tackle (EGP available)
Alex Williams (Hemel) – Grade C Foul and abusive language to Match Officials (EGP available)
FuiFui MoiMoi (Toronto) – Grade E High Tackle (EGP not available)

A separate investigation into the Fryston Warriors v Keighley Cougars game is currently underway, examining events surrounding the fixture.