Three players to face RFL committee

Two Sheffield Eagles players have been charged with disciplinary offences during their team’s Carnegie Challenge Cup fourth round defeat at home to Wigan Warriors last Saturday.
 
Prop Mitchell Stringer has been charged with making a tackle which placed undue pressure on the ankle joints of Darrell Goulding in the ninth minute. The offence is Grade B, which carries a suspension tariff of one to two matches if the player is found guilty.
 
Sheffield second row Sam Barlow has been charged with making a dangerous throw on Cameron Phelps in the 77th minute, a Grade C offence which has a suspension tariff of one to three matches.
 
Both players will face the RFL Disciplinary Committee next Tuesday, April 27, when they will be joined by Paul Stamp of York City Knights.
 
The hooker has been charged with making a Grade A tackle that placed undue pressure on the knee and hip joint of Rocky Trimarchi of Crusaders RL in last Sunday’s Carnegie Challenge Cup fourth round tie at Huntington Stadium.
 
All three players were charged after the incidents were viewed by the RFL Match Review Panel yesterday.

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