As regards touching Tomkins, when he is on the field any opponent can touch him with impunity providing the manner of any such touching is within the rules - Ablett's clearly was not.
The last time I saw a challenge of this nature in the Superleague the player was banned for months.
Ablett was very fortunate on Friday night, Ganson's handling of the situation was a disgrace but par for the course if you look at his handling of similar situations in Leeds v Wigan games.
Ablett has continued to be lucky with the disciplinary.
If that challenge had been inflicted on a Leeds player by a player from any other club then the ban would have been much longer and the media bleating about it, much louder.
As for O'Loughlin and Tomkins, the reason they got naff all was that the challenges in question were naff all.
Come on, even you've still got one eye to have seen those challenges.
You really do have an inferiority complex about Leeds don't you, or is it just a giant chip on BOTH shoulders.