Three Super League players to miss Easter period

Three Super League players will miss this year’s Easter period – including Catalans’ Krisnan Inu, who has been handed a three-match ban by the RFL’s disciplinary panel.

Inu has been suspended for three games for making a Grade D dangerous throw on Huddersfield’s Eorl Crabtree in the 22nd minute of their game in West Yorkshire last Sunday. Inu, who pleaded guilty, was also fined £300.

Joe Wardle of Huddersfield Giants has been banned for two matches for making a Grade C high tackle in the same game – he saw red for the tackle on Dragons forward Remi Casty. Wardle, who also pleaded guilty, was also fined £300.

Castleford Tigers forward Matt Cook was suspended for two matches for Grade B dangerous contact on Warrington Wolves player Brad Dwyer in the 68th minute of their match last Friday. Cook, who pleaded guilty, was also fined £300.

Wes Naiqama of London Broncos has been banned for three matches for Grade D dangerous contact on Luke Adamson of Dewsbury Rams in the 69th minute of the Championship game at Ealing Trailfinders on Saturday March 12. Naiqama, who pleaded guilty, was also fined £100.

In League 1, Rochdale Hornets’ Stuart Biscombe was suspended for one match for making a Grade B dangerous throw on Coventry Bears player Ben Warrilow in the 38th minute of their game on Sunday. Biscombe, who pleaded not guilty, was also fined £75.