Ban for Castleford Tigers forward but Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Trinity given disciplinary all-clear

Castleford Tigers forward Jesse Sene-Lefao will miss Thursday's fixture at Wigan Warriors after being handed a one-game penalty notice.

Monday, 19th April 2021, 3:10 pm
Updated Monday, 19th April 2021, 3:14 pm
Jesse Sene-Lefao is suspended for Tigers' game at Wigan on Thursday. Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com.

The RFL's match review panel charged Sene-Lefao with grade B dangerous contact in last Friday's win over Leigh Centurions.

Wigan's Jackson Hastings received a caution for dangerous contact in their win over Leeds Rhinos but was not charged and is available this week.

No Rhinos or Wakefield Trinity players were charged following Betfred Super League round three.

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But Hull KR's Mikey Lewis will sit out Friday's visit of Leeds after being charged with grade B striking against Huddersfield Giants and issued with a one-match penalty notice.

Hull's Jack Brown was charged with grade B 'other contrary behaviour' and suspended for one game, so misses Friday's home clash with Trinity.

Leigh's ex-Rhinos forward Nathan Peteru avoided a ban after being charged with grade A dangerous contact against Tigers.

The other player charged following last weekend's matches was Salford Devils' Andy Ackers.

He received a one-match penalty notice for a grade B intentional trip in Saturday's defeat at Catalans Dragons.

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