SAINTS centre Kevin Naiqama has been handed a two match suspension after being found guilty of a Grade C high tackle in the win over Hull KR on Friday.

Naiqama was given a yellow card for the tackle and Kane Linnett was forced to leave the field as a result.

As it stands the Fiji test skipper is set to miss Saints’ Coral Challenge Cup Quarter Final against Warrington on Saturday as well as the Betfred Super League derby against Wigan Warriors.

The club will now consider its options before deciding if to appeal the decision.

If Mark Percival does not return, it would leave Saints without three of their first choice three-quarter line.

A total of seven players were charged, including the wing of Saturday's opponents Warrington -  Tom Lineham.

He has a Grade F charge – other contrary conduct after after the RFL's Match Review Panel studied video evidence of his alleged "squirrel grip" on Castleford's Alex Foster.

Lineham will face a tribunal tomorrow, with a Grade F charge carries a suspension range of eight or more matches.

Jordan Abdull (Hull KR) – faces a Grade D – other contrary conduct arising from the game with Saints.

That related to the incident on placed report in the match by referee Jack Smith after he was accused of grabbing the testicles of Saints back-rower James Bentley.

The match review panel have issued a charge, and that will be heard on Tuesday.

Alex Sutcliffe (Leeds Rhinos) – Grade C – dangerous contact. Two-match suspension.

Brad Dwyer (Leeds Rhinos) – Grade B – shoulder charge. One-match suspension.

Adam Milner (Castleford Tigers) – Grade B – use of knees. One-match suspension.

Leroy Cudjoe (Huddersfield Giants) – Caution – dangerous throw.

The above players have until 11am on Tuesday to take up the option of challenging these punishments at a disciplinary hearing on Tuesday.