Sheffield pair suspended

Two Sheffield Eagles players have each been suspended for two matches after being found guilty of separate offences in their side’s Carnegie Challenge Cup fourth round defeat at home to Wigan Warriors on April 17.
Mitchell Stringer was banned and fined £50 by the RFL Disciplinary Committee for making a tackle which placed undue pressure on the ankle joint of Darrell Goulding in the ninth minute. The prop had been charged after the incident was observed by the RFL Match Review Panel.
Sam Barlow was also suspended for two games and fined £50 for executing a dangerous throw on Cameron Phelps in the 77th minute.
The RFL Disciplinary Committee deemed a £50 fine to be the appropriate sanction against York City KnightsPaul Stamp, who was found guilty of making a tackle that placed undue pressure on the knee and groin of Crusaders RL player Rocky Trimarchi in the Carnegie Challenge Cup fourth round tie at Huntington Stadium on April 18.

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