Two players charged by the RFL

Dom Crosby and Luke Thompson are set for suspensions after being charged by the RFL.

Leeds forward Crosby is set for a two-match ban after receiving two separate charges following the Rhinos’ win over Toulouse. Crosby has been pulled up for a high tackle and use of the forearm/elbow. Both incidents have been categorised as Grade B.

Meanwhile, Thompson has also received a Grade B charge for other contrary behaviour, meaning he will miss the club’s game with Wakefield on Thursday evening.

Meanwhile, the following players all received cautions but will not face suspensions.

Anthony Mullally (Leeds) – Raising knees in Tackle

Richie Myler (Leeds) – Tripping

Chris Centrone (Toulouse) – Tripping

Shane Grady (Halifax) – Kicking out

Steve Tyrer (Halifax) – Dangerous Contact

Pauli Pauli (Wakefield) – Raising knees in a tackle

Danny Tickle (Hull KR) – Dangerous Contact