Hull FC star loses appeal

League Express
By League Express March 19, 2014 23:21

Hull FC forward Micky Paea has had his appeal against a two-match ban dismissed by an
RFL Disciplinary Panel.

Paea appealed against the suspension and £300 fine imposed after he was found guilty
of a Grade B offence of making dangerous contact with Richard Owen of Castleford
Tigers in the 79th minute of the First Utility Super League Round 5 fixture on
Sunday February 16.

Jordan Tansey of Castleford Tigers has been suspended for three matches and fined
£300 after being found guilty of a Grade C offence of making deliberate physical
contact with a match official in the 31st minute of a fixture against Hull FC on
Sunday February 16.

Workington Town player Karl Olstrum pleaded guilty to the Grade C offence of
striking with the knee in the 75th minute of a Kingstone Press Championship fixture
at Barrow Raiders on Sunday March 9. Olstrum was suspended for two matches and fined
£100.


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