Jake Wilson, of Dewsbury-based community club Thornhill Trojans, was banned by an RFL operational rules tribunal tonight (Tuesday) after being charged with three instances of serious foul play in a first round tie at Doncaster on January 30.
Wilson pleaded guilty to one grade F charge of other contrary behaviour and to a grade D charge of intentionally standing on an opponent.
He was found guilty of a second grade F charge of other contrary behaviour.
Wilson was not sin-binned or sent-off during the game, which Trojans lost 24-6, but the incidents were picked up by the RFL's match review panel.
F is the most serious grading, punishable by a ban of eight or more matches or a suspension for a fixed time period.
Grade D charges can lead to a ban of three-five matches, with two-three for grade C offences.
In another hearing tonight, Keighley Cougars' Kyle Kesik was found not guilty of a grade C charge of using his knees in a Challenge Cup defeat at Hunslet.
His team-mate Dan Parker pleaded guilty to a grade D charge of other contrary behaviour in the same match and was suspended for four games.
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