St Helens are the only side to be hit with a player ban following the latest round of Challenge Cup action.
Sironen, 28, was sent to the sin bin on Saturday for a high tackle on Catalans’ Ben Garcia. He will miss their Good Friday clash with Wigan at the Totally Wicked Stadium.
He is the only player to receive a ban. Hull KR’s Kane Linnett received a zero match penalty notice for Grade A Dangerous Contact.
Hull KR defeated Castleford on Friday night to secure their spot in the semi-finals of the cup competition.
Challenge Cup semi-finals schedule confirmed
The schedule for the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup has been confirmed.
Leeds United’s Elland Road will host a triple-header on Saturday, 7 May.
The Women’s Challenge Cup final will kick-start the action with a 12noon kick-off, live on BBC2.
Wigan take on current cup holders St Helens in the first of the Men’s double header. It will have a 2:30pm kick off. The tie will be broadcast live on BBC1.
Finally, Huddersfield’s clash with Hull KR will kick-off at 5:00pm, live on BBC2.
Challenge Cup schedule
- 11.30am-2pm, BBC2 – Women’s Challenge Cup Final (KO 12noon)
- 2pm-4.30, BBC1 – Wigan Warriors v St Helens (KO 2.30pm)
- 4.30pm-7, BBC2 – Huddersfield Giants v Hull KR (KO 5pm)