And no charge for Ablett for his assault with the knees. Typical of how shambolic the sport is. If it's not replayed and banged on about by commentators they pretend it never happened. They have all the game footage, they absolutely must have seen it, but they're going to turn a blind eye to it because they know most fans missed it.
I reckon it's more to do with the possibility that Ablett's knee to the head (and I saw it on the red button) just cannot be considered as provocation enough for four or five punches to the head a good few minutes later. There really can be no justification for what Wardle did. Off the pitch that would be assault. Had it been a stand up fight then that's another matter - and clearly the Grade A charges for Cudjoe and McGuire reflect the difference. (Although I don't agree that either of those Grade A charges were necessary and the RFL has gone too far this season over punch ups)