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Two Super League players to face RFL Disciplinary Committee

Two Super League players to face RFL Disciplinary Committee

Rugby League Monday 20 Jun 2011 2:32pm

Two players will appear before the RFL Disciplinary Committee on Tuesday to answer charges brought following incidents in their teams’ Engage Super League Round 18 fixtures.

Wigan second row Chris Tuson has been charged with the Grade B offence of making dangerous contact on St Helens player Jon Wilkin in the 40th minute of Friday’s 32-10 victory for the Warriors at the Stobart Stadium.

Catalan Dragons second row Sebastien Raguin has also been charged with making Grade B dangerous contact on Huddersfield Giants’ Jermaine McGillvary in the seventh minute of Saturday’s 28-20 defeat for the French side.

The Match Review Panel also issued formal cautions to the following players:

Jon Wilkin (St Helens) – dangerous contact on Wigan Warriors’ Joel Tomkins in the 78th minute.
Andy Coley (Wigan Warriors) – dangerous contact on St Helens’ Paul Wellens in the 35th minute.

The cautions will remain on the players’ record and could be considered in the event of future disciplinary breaches.

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