Three Super League players have been suspended for two matches by the RFL’s match review panel.
Richie Myler of Leeds will serve a two-match penalty notice after being charged with Grade C questioning the integrity of a match official in their defeat to Hull KR on Friday.
Myler was sin-binned in the match for dissent and will face a disciplinary hearing on Tuesday night ahead of their match against Huddersfield on Sunday. He could miss the Rhinos’ upcoming games against Huddersfield and Wakefield.
Castleford forward Tyla Hepi has been given a two-match suspension for a Grade C dangerous contact in their defeat at Wigan on Thursday. He is set to miss the Tigers’ next two games against Salford (Super League and Challenge Cup).
Hull winger Bureta Faraimo has been handed a two-match ban for a Grade C high tackle in their win over Wakefield. The USA international, who was sin-binned for the challenge in Friday’s game, is set to miss Hull’s next two games against Wigan (Super League and Challenge Cup).