THERE is no further disciplinary action against the two Saints players who were sin-binned at Castleford yesterday.

Matty Lees was given 10 minutes for a high tackle in the 29th minute on Castleford full back Jordan Rankin.

But the match review panel deemed sin-binning was sufficient.

St Helens Star:

It stated: "Player makes initial contact on opponent’s shoulder and ball.

"Player makes secondary contact to opponent’s neck and head with open hand.

"Player low to ground as is opponent as opponent catches the ball and lowers. Sin Bin sufficient."

St Helens Star:

No sooner had Lees returned than they lost Louie McCarthy Scarsbrook for his 43rd minute challenge on former teammate Danny Richardson.

Again there is no further action, with the panel ruling: " Player extends arm into contact after ball is gone. Initial contact is on opponent’s shoulder then bounces up onto head

of opponent.

"Sin Bin sufficient."