DISCIPLINARY: Two players suspended

DISCIPLINARY: Two players suspended

DISCIPLINARY: Two players suspended

First published in Sport

TWO suspensions have been confirmed this week, leaving one Super League team without one of their star men for the Challenge Cup semi finals weekend..

Castleford Tigers player Weller Hauraki has been suspended for two matches after pleading guilty to the Grade C offence of recklessly striking with his knees in the 38th minute of a First Utility Super League Round 22 fixture against Hull FC.

Hauraki, who will miss Sunday's home clash with London Broncos as well as the Challenge Cup semi-final clash with Widnes Vikings on August 10, was also fined £300.

Meanwhile, Swinton Lions player Zach Johnson has been suspended for three games after pleading guilty to the Grade C offence of sustained punching in the 42nd minute of a Kingstone Press Championship fixture against Doncaster on Sunday, July 20. Johnson was also fined £50

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