Danny Brough and Anthony Mullally have both been charged once again by the Match Review Panel.
Huddersfield halfback Brough has been handed a Grade B dangerous contact charge after being sin-binned following a tackle on Catalans’ Kenny Edwards, while Leeds prop Mullally has been charged for running with the knees again.
Brough’s latest run-in with the disciplinary committee is the sixth time he’s been charged since the beginning of last season. If Huddersfield don’t appeal, he’ll receive a two-match ban.
Meanwhile, Mullally’s charge comes just three weeks after he was banned for two games for the same offence. The Leeds forward was charged four times in one game for raising his knees in the tackle and has now been pulled up for the same indiscretion following their win over Leigh.
Huddersfield duo Sebastine Ikahihifo and Daniel Smith were warned about dangerous contact incidents, while Sam Tomkins has received a warning for use of knees. Castleford’s Alex Foster was also cautioned, however none of them have been charged.